“Me Too” Evidence

In a recent case, Rudolph v. Abbott Laboratories, Inc., Civil Action No.: 3:18-cv-6071-PGS-TJB, 2023 WL 5638844 (D.N.J. August 31, 2023), the court denied defendant’s motion in limine seeking to prelude plaintiff from introducing evidence of other employees’ allegations of discrimination. This evidence, typically referred to as “me too” evidence, can be very useful in a discrimination…

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A recent decision, Boyce v. Bruce Weber and Little Bear, Inc., 19-cv-3825, 2021 WL 2821154 (S.D.N.Y. July 7, 2021), is instructive as to how courts resolve evidentiary issues arising in the context of sexual harassment claims. In this case, plaintiff (a fashion model) asserts claims for sexual harassment against defendant Weber (a fashion photographer) under…

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In Doton v. City of Syracuse, 11-CV-620, 2019 WL 6337326 (NDNY Nov. 27, 2019), a gender discrimination case, the court ruled on various motions in limine with respect to evidence the parties seek to introduce at the upcoming trial. Among other issues addressed by the court, defendants sought to preclude Plaintiff from offering “me too” evidence “regarding…

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