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Law Professor Martha Davis discusses Cuomo’s resignation and workplace sexual harassment

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Martha Davis (Affiliated Faculty of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies & University Distinguished Professor of Law) speaks about the impeachment trial and legal contexts following former New York governor, Andrew Cuomo's resignation as a result of several sexual harassments allegations that were brought forward.

“One thing you saw here was that the policies that they had in place were perfectly sound, but that when it came to it, the people who were close to the governor who were receiving these reports weren’t following the policies. Instead, they were trying to protect their boss.”

Martha Davis in Northeastern News

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