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Hotel Worker Can Sue Employer Under FEHA for Rape by Trespasser

By WorkCompCentral

Friday, October 27, 2017 | 2597 | 0 | 23 min read

A California appellate court ruled that a hotel worker could proceed with a claim against her employer under the Fair Employment and Housing Act for failing to protect her from sexual assault by a trespasser who was known to be on the property and harassing other members of the staff. Case: M.F. v. Pacific Pearl Hotel Management, No. D070150, 10/26/2017, published. Facts: A woman, identified in by the Court of Appeals by her initials M.F., worked for Pacific Pearl Hotel Management as a housekeeper. She was viciously raped at work by a drunken man who had been spotted on the hotel property a...

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