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Re: Bernstein hearing: The Press Release

On Mon, 23 Sep 1996, Timothy C. May wrote:

> Whoops! I didn't mean to intersect with "workplace" issues--I mean simple,
> pure, nonworkplace-related speech.

As long as the person that you are speaking to is employed in any way,
workplace issues apply. Even if you talk to the person after work and away
from their place of employment. The courts have ruled that the speech does
not have to occur at the workplace to be prohibited. All that is required
is that the person is affected at the workplace. 

Yes, you can be sued for sexual harrasment for trying to pick up a
stranger in a bar, should that stranger still feel bothered by your
advances while at work the next day. 

The courts have ruled,