Unformatted text preview: Rational: There was no solid proof of circumstantial evidence that she suffered an extreme emotional distress. No sick days, she remained at work, she didn’t file a complaint, ect. Also the duration of the moment was brief, and it is considered a sexual proposition or encounter, that did not involve any coercion or threats of reprisal, and was abandoned as soon as plaintiff made it clear that the advance was not welcome. Holding: Narrow Holding: There is no IIED, if a sexual proposition was brief and aborted as soon as the plaintiff did not welcome the advance, and there was no signs of an emotion Broad Holding: If an encounter is brief and there is no signs of damages, through circumstantial evidence, then there is no IIED. Synthesis: Dissent/Concurrences:...
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- Fall '11
- Law, President Clinton, sexual proposition