Meritor vs vinton case sexual harrassment

Michael J. Vinson,the United States Supreme Court put its imprimatur on the Title VII sexual harassment cause of action that had emerged over the preceding decade. Early commentary on the case tended to emphasize this aspect of the Court's decision or to speculate about Meritor's impact on the future course of Title VII sexual harassment litigation. Getting relatively short shrift in this early commentary, however, was the Court's command that "agency principles" --the common law of agency-- be consulted to determine an employer's liability for harassment committed by its employees. This aspect of Meritor, however, has rarely, if ever, been directly challenged. After nearly five years of judicial floundering with agency principles, it seems time for such a challenge.
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Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson: Sexual Harassment is Unlawful Discrimination

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Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson | History, Significance, & Facts | Britannica

Try it out for free. A female bank employee was allegedly subjected to sexual harassment by her male supervisor, including 1 public fondling, and 2 sexual demands, to which she allegedly submitted out of fear that she would otherwise lose her job. The supervisor denied that he had had any sexual relationship with the employee. The district court rendered judgment in favor of the supervisor and the bank without resolving that factual issue, holding 1 that the employee had not made out a case of sexual discrimination because any relationship that might have existed had been voluntary and had never been made a condition of the employee's continued employment or advancement, and 2 that the bank could not be held liable for the supervisor's alleged actions because it had not received any notice about his supposed offensive conduct.
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Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson, 477 U.S. 57 (1986)

Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson , U. The case was the first of its kind to reach the Supreme Court and would redefine sexual harassment in the workplace. It established the standards for analyzing whether conduct was unlawful and when an employer would be liable. The court, for the first time, made sexual harassment an illegal form of discrimination.
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Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson , legal case in which the U. Supreme Court on June 19, , ruled unanimously 9—0 that sexual harassment that results in a hostile work environment is a violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of , which bans sex discrimination by employers.
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