Michael P. Maslanka

  • Michael P. Maslanka
    Michael P. Maslanka is managing partner of the Dallas office of Constangy, Brooks & Smith. His e-mail address is mmaslanka@constangy.com. He is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He writes the “Work Matters” column for Texas Lawyer’s In-House Texas publication and records labor and employment podcasts that can be found at www.texaslawyer.com.

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October 25, 2012


Um... yes, except for the rest of the Bible, which focuses on God's love, mercy and forgiveness, and let he that is without sin cast the first stone, and turning the other cheek ...

So what exactly is the "inappropriate" behavior?

Sex? That would be OK if they were married. The only difference is that the boss might be exerting power over the secretary, while his wife is already his property.

What a crock! Singles, gays, marrieds have the same right to sex. cf Lawrence v Texas.

Give them both a warning. Proverbs in the bible offer so much wisdom and its a great book for everyone to read.

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