A New Jersey jury recently awarded $2.4 million in damages against a financial institution for failing to adequately prevent an employee from being sexually assaulted by a customer. The threshold question of whether a company can be held liable for the conduct of a non-employee has been answered, at least in the Law Division in New Jersey, in the affirmative.Read more »
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