There is a big difference between sexual harassment and sexual assault. That's the legal point Dallas solo Matt Kita made stick with the Texas Supreme Court recently when he convinced them to revive a civil assault case his client filed against the restaurant chain Steak 'n Shake after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by her supervisor at work.
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