Groped at a Party by a Colleague. Then You Become His Boss.
For some context, legal and otherwise, about possible courses of action after such a troubling occurrence, I checked in with a few experts. Unfortunately, there is no easy path. But it’s a good idea to “take some notes, about what happened and who was there, just so you have a clear recollection and some sort of contemporaneous record,” said Emily Martin, general counsel and vice president at the National Women’s Law Center. It may also prove helpful to discuss what happened with someone you trust, as difficult as this may be.