Although federal and state laws have prohibited employment-related sexual harassment and sex discrimination for decades, the #MeToo movement inspired several states and local jurisdictions to pass laws targeting sexual harassment in the workplace more directly. The new laws address issues such as mandatory anti-harassment training, workplace policies, confidentiality in settlement agreements, and the arbitrability of sexual harassment claims. However, the specific requirements vary across jurisdictions.

Practical Law asked Robin and Meredith to share their insights about these legal changes and how multi-jurisdictional employers can best manage compliance challenges.

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