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Until somebody figures out who put the bugs in the house in a way that can be proven, you can't do much other than to document the situation and investigate. The police might investigate, but might not, in their discretion. The technical details of the evidence discovered would dictate the next step in the investigation. Hiring a lawyer would not be very ...


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If the factual information contained in her statement (without regard to the spin or interpretation she places on those facts, which are a matter of opinion) are true, she has every legal right and privilege to continue what she is doing. If the factual information is false in some material respect that damages his reputation, it would be possible for the ...


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The quote that you provide most likely refers to Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, one of the most well-known United States federal laws that prohibits harassment in the workplace. As other answers point out, there are other federal laws that use the words harassment or might relate to harassment. There are also state and local civil rights laws that ...


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