'Aghast' at Defenses, Judge Lets Harassment Case Proceed

, New York Law Journal

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With strong language and a swipe at defense counsel, a judge in Manhattan refused to dismiss a sexual harassment claim filed by a woman who said her boss exposed himself to her, propositioned her and made her stand next to him while he urinated.

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Originally appeared in print as 'Aghast' at Defenses, Judge Lets Sex Harassment Case Proceed

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  • Ravi Batra

    Curious. In a motion to dismiss, the court, any court, must accept the factual allegations as true and treat a defendant‘s motion to dismiss, any defendant‘s motion to dismiss, as assuming the facts as true, there is still no case.

    How then can a defendant, any defendant, say the court was wrong to accept the plaintiff‘s facts as true when that is the very obligation the defendant imposes upon the court in a motion to dismiss?

    The mere fact that a case goes "media" doesn‘t permit any officer of the court to denigrate the process and devalue the judiciary‘s role.

    While a defendant, any defendant, has a right to appeal, it does not get to misinform the public as if a MTD was SJM.

    Dated: 6/2/14
    /s/
    Ravi Batra

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