On April 24, 2008, Linda Miller Savitt and Linda B. Hurevitz received a defense verdict in Heather Krell v. The Regents of the University of California (UCLA). The plaintiff, a former Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry claimed she had been subjected to sexual harassment by her mentor, a full professor, and that when she complained of the harassment she was retaliated against. She claimed she lost her research assignments and various other titles and was required to work an extraordinary amount of clinical hours seeing patients in order to earn her salary. After a three week trial, the jury deliberated for four hours and returned a 12-0 verdict on all caused of action in favor of the defendants and against plaintiff.

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