Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal


Former Supreme Court plaintiff Beth Ann Faragher ruminates on the circumstances that led to the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Faragher v. City of Boca Raton. For Ms. Faragher, the case was about much more than the monetary issue involved, specifically whether she should have been awarded $1.00 under Title VII. The case became, in her words, "a national issue of human dignity and civil rights."



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