Over the past year, sexual harassment in the workplace has gone from something that was rarely discussed to a subject that often leads the nightly news.
In the wake of the "Weinstein" and countless other scandals, workplace sex harassment is now top of mind for many Americans, which means that jurors’ attitudes have changed as well. You might be surprised at the landscape in the current era.
So what has changed? DecisionQuest, the nation’s leading and most scientific jury research firm, has collected data on juror decision-making in sex harassment cases for many years.
We recently conducted a poll of 1,093 potential jurors to find out what might be different in the wake of the media frenzy. The data is compelling. For example:
What does this mean in the courtroom? - Ms. Fillicho will discuss what this means for your courtroom practice and present additional data points from DecisionQuest’s survey.
In this complimentary one-hour webinar, Susan G. Fillichio, Esq., Senior Vice President at DecisionQuest and head of the Los Angeles jury research team, will address the following learning objectives:
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Susan G. Fillichio, Esq.
Senior Vice President
Susan G. Fillichio, Esq. is a trial consultant who specializes in trial strategy development, behavioral research and jury analysis. Bringing nearly 30 years of experience in the legal profession to her understanding of juror behavior, she works with members of the trial team on jury selection and to develop case themes and strategies. Ms. Fillichio has worked on hundreds of sex harassment cases, including single plaintiff and class action litigation. She leads the DecisionQuest research consulting team in Los Angeles and was nominated for The Los Angeles Business Journal’s Women Making a Difference awards as a Rising Star. She has a J.D. from DePaul College of Law and a B.A. from Indiana University and is a frequent speaker at Labor & Employment conferences across the country.