By  on December 19, 2017

Urban Outfitters could face a jury trial on claims by a former sales associate that the company did little to cure or prevent known harassment by customers and subsequently employees at a store in New York.

In a Monday order, U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken refused Urban’s push for dismissal of claims by Tatiana Swiderski that she was subjected to severe harassment by customers at least twice at the Urban Outfitters store she worked at on 5th Avenue and the company did little to remedy either situation or prevent future occurrences. Urban has disputed this, saying essentially that it did all that was required under the law.

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