Civil rights — Employment discrimination — Sexual harassment — Employer could not be held directly liable for harassing acts of co-employee who was not plaintiff’s supervisor where evidence established that company took prompt remedial action against the harassing employee — District court did not err in granting judgment as matter of law for employer notwithstanding jury’s favorable verdict and award of damages to plaintiff
27 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. C990a
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