One Year After #MeToo: Where Do We Go From Here?, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WSB

October 16, 2018

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Ilene Berman was quoted in an article by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), which was also picked up by WSB, concerning the effects that the #MeToo movement has had on employment and the workplace over the past year. The #MeToo movement has been around for one year resulting in a rise of sexual harassment claims as more women grow confident to step forward. In the workplace, Ilene Berman has seen an increase in the demand from employees for everyone in the workplace to have harassment prevention education. In the article, Ilene also covers what harassment prevention education should look like.

Ilene Berman is Taylor English’s vice chair and former chair of Taylor English’s Employment and Labor Relations group. Ilene is dedicated to counseling and defending private employers in employment law matters, litigates cases in numerous state and federal courts as well as counsels and provides in-depth training to her clients on a wide range of employment-related issues.

Read the full AJC article "One year after #MeToo: Where do we go from here?"

Read the article on WSB.

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