Published March 14
What is retaliation in the workplace? Cuomo allegations raise legal questions
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The Cuomo administration’s reaction to allegations from Lindsey Boylan could pose new problems
By Ronn Blitzer FOXBusiness
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A recent report about the sexual harassment allegations against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed that the governor’s legal concerns may extend beyond the actual alleged harassment to efforts to retaliate against the first woman to come forward.
The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that after former Cuomo staffer Lindsey Boylan accused Cuomo of harassing her and kissing her without consent, Cuomo’s aides tried to discredit her by trying to get information on her from other ex-employees.
“The subtext was clear: I was being asked to dish dirt on her,” said one former Cuomo aide who told the Journal that a current member of the administration asked about their time working with Boylan.