Nichols appeals from the judgment entered in American National's favor on the jury verdict and claims that the evidentiary rulings deprived her of a fair trial. She was first employed as a home service agent from April 1982 until she resigned in 1988.
Margaret Nichols sued her former employer, American National Insurance Company (American National), alleging sexual harassment and constructive discharge, in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U. Evidence of certain sexual assaults by her supervisor and his attempt to keep her from disclosing them was excluded, as were records relevant to the determination of the date her employment ended. Nichols worked for American National during two time periods.
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She spent 15 years with LAF in Chicago, where she represented victims of domestic violence and people living in poverty in complex legal matters. Aiken received both her law and undergraduate degrees from the University of Michigan (Go blue! Leah Aldridge has been a member of the anti-violence against women’s movement since 1989. Aldridge worked for a number of years in various capacities at Peace Over Violence (previously the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women), the last of which was as the Associate Director of Youth Violence Prevention, Policy and Training.
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Charles offices, that the abusive treatment was based on sex and affected a term, condition, or privilege of her employment, that she reported it to several managers, and that she was forced to resign in 1993 because her working conditions were intolerable.
Pickens, IV, on the brief), for Plaintiff-Appellant. In this second period she worked as an agent in two different district offices, first in Kirkwood, Missouri and then in St. Her duties in the district offices included collecting insurance premiums on existing accounts, developing a network for finding new customers, and selling insurance coverage to individuals.
In July 1991 she was hired again and worked until she left the company in January 1993.
Currently, she is working on a qualitative study that uses mapping to document and analyze survivors’ service utilization pathways through the Institute and in the broader community, and she was heavily involved in creating the 2014 MIT climate survey on sexual assault. In partnership with National Network to End Domestic Violence, Confidentiality Institute trains VAWA grantees on privacy and technology issues.
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