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Employee found liable for sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace after touching a colleague and sending sexualised and derogatory email

The Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission has found an employee liable for sex discrimination and sexual harassment in the workplace against a female colleague. The employer who the claim was also brought against was not found vicariously liable for the discrimination and harassment as they took reasonable steps to prevent this.

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Injunction: SBS v Corbett [2016] NSWSC 461

A man was issued an injunction to prevent him from working in the media industry for a specified period of time after the Supreme Court of New South Wales found his previous employer had a serious case and not granting an injunction may jeopardise their business

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