Do ‘Gag Rules’ Help or Hinder Sexual Assault Investigations?

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Manatt’s Deborah Kelly, a partner in the firm’s employment and labor practice, was quoted by for an article featuring highlights in the employment law industry.

Kelly explained that contrary to what people might conclude from recent coverage of sexual harassment complaints, a gag rule is not designed to cover up the accused. Instead, it is designed to protect complainants and witnesses who participate in investigations.



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