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Sexual Harassment

The Sixth Circuit upheld a ruling in favor of the University of Michigan in a suit brought by a woman who claims the school was deliberately indifferent to the peer-on-peer harassment she experienced while enrolled in an executive MBA program. The university took several actions to protect the woman, including issuing a no-contact order and ordering that he not attend graduation.

CINCINNATI — The Sixth Circuit upheld a ruling in favor of the University of Michigan in a suit brought by a woman who claims the school was deliberately indifferent to the peer-on-peer harassment she experienced while enrolled in an executive MBA program. The university took several actions to protect the woman, including issuing a no-contact order and ordering that her harasser not attend graduation. 

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