Blogging Liability Lessons from ‘The Office’
Posted May 4, 2007 12:58 PM CST
By Debra Cassens Weiss
An employment lawyer is using her blog to speculate on what plaintiffs could recover for management gaffes portrayed on the hit NBC TV show The Office.
Julie Elgar, a labor and employment lawyer with Ford & Harrison in Atlanta, has new recovery figures each week, according to the ABA Journal.
Here’s one example: She concludes that the company should set aside about $700,000 for coercing two lesbian employees to kiss during sexual harassment training.
This week she sees seven-figure damages for Michael Scott’s latest blunders on her blog, That’s What She Said, including his re-enactment of a flasher incident.