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Privilege Issues In High-Profile Corporate Sexual Harassment Case: Part III

The last two Privilege Points described four favorable analyses from a Southern District of New York decision (Judge Gorenstein) assessing defendant Barnes & Noble’s privilege assertions covering its investigation and later firing of its CEO for sexual harassment. Parneros v. Barnes & Noble, Inc., 332 F.R.D. 482 (S.D.N.Y. 2019).

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Privilege Issues In High-Profile Corporate Sexual Harassment Case: Part II

Last week’s Privilege Point described two favorable analyses from a Southern District of New York decision (Judge Gorenstein) assessing defendant Barnes & Noble’s privilege assertions covering its investigation and later firing of its CEO for sexual harassment. Parneros v. Barnes & Noble, Inc., 382 F.R.D. 482 (S.D.N.Y. 2019).

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Privilege Issues In High-Profile Corporate Sexual Harassment Case: Part I

The Southern District of New York (Magistrate Judge Gorenstein) issued an extensive privilege decision with several favorable analyses in a high-profile corporate sexual harassment case. In Parneros v. Barnes & Noble, Inc., 332 F.R.D. 482 (S.D.N.Y. 2019), Barnes & Noble’s General Counsel Bradley Feuer investigated alleged sexual harassment misconduct by then CEO Demos Parneros.

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