Trauma-Informed Investigations, Part Six: Victims’ Rights
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This is episode six of the “Trauma-Informed Investigations” series, where we follow a fictitious story to address the legal and human issues that arise in an organization when confronted with allegations of sexual abuse. In this episode, we discuss federal and state laws that protect the rights of a victim of abuse and available compensation funds.
Jill Steinberg, a Partner in our White Collar/Internal Investigations Practice Group, hosts the conversation. Katharine Manning, President of Blackbird DC and author of “The Empathetic Workplace: Five Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job”, joins Jill.
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