Bloomberg Law
Feb. 25, 2019, 11:00 AM

Punching In: Acosta Hunkers Down, EEOC Eyes ‘Other’ Harassment

Chris Opfer
Chris Opfer
Jaclyn Diaz
Jaclyn Diaz

Monday morning musings for workplace watchers

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Chris Opfer: Is there anyone in D.C. who wants to see the Mueller report come out this week more than Labor Secretary Alex Acosta? Last week, a federal judge found that Acosta and other prosecutors broke the law by failing to keep Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers aware of a plea deal in the teen sex trafficking and rape case against the Miami hedge fund mogul. This week, Acosta’s camp is hoping the Russia probe makes rising public criticism ...

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