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Adopt This Sample Sexual Harassment Policy To Protect Your Practice

In our December 2017 article "How To Protect Your Practice Against A Sexual Harassment Claim," we discussed steps to protect your practice against a sexual harassment claim. We strongly advised putting in place a written policy against sexual harassment. At the request of several readers, we’re offering a sample policy for your practice. Since state laws vary, be sure to have your attorney review it before...

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