LaKeisha Caton is a Counsel at Pryor Cashman. Having represented both management and executives in discrimination and harassment cases, LaKeisha brings her extensive knowledge of the law as well as her familiarity with the strategies often adopted by the opposition to every engagement. She leverages her comprehensive experience with federal, state, and local discrimination law and her background in litigation and dispute resolution to achieve favorable outcomes on behalf of her clients.
Pranks that are not at all related to a protected class are unlikely to be considered unlawful harassment. However, pranks that single out employees based on a protected category or a characteristic that relates to a protected category, like hair texture, are likely to be considered unlawful harassment and have no place at work.5 August 2021