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It’s not unusual for an employee terminated or disciplined for workplace harassment to, in turn, file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, (Photo: Shutterstock)

When an employee has been fired for sexual harassment, what degree of proof is required to show that the employer’s true motivation was discriminatory? And is a single click on the internet enough to justify a warrant to search a person’s home?

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