Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately, although you may very well have had a legitimate sexual harassment/discrimination claim that could have been pursued through the State and the EEOC or the courts, the statute of limitations have run on your claims. There is a very short window for filing a sexual harassment/discrimination claim. The claim must first be filed with the State or the EEOC before there can be a lawsuit. The maximum window for filing those administrative claims is 300 days after the last alleged discriminatory act, which is the EEOC deadline. NYS deadline is shorter at 180 days. So, no need to discuss the SOL at the court level, which also passed, since the initial complaints were apparently not filed.
You might have arguably had other civil or criminal actions to pursue as well, if you were touched without your permission. However, for a civil action, the SOL would be 1 year and for a criminal action, no more than 5 years.
Regrettably, this is a situation that holds no legal recourse for you at this point. Certainly, if they are still engaged in this behavior, the employee could pursue their case.
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