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Legal Information: Arizona
Updated: January 10, 2020
What protections can I get in an injunction against workplace harassment?
An IAWH can:
- Forbid the defendant from coming near the employer’s property or place of business.
- Forbid the defendant from contacting you or the employer or other person while you are at the employer’s property/ place of business or while you are performing official work duties.
- Grant any other relief necessary for the protection of the employer, the workplace, the employees (including you ) or any other person who is on or at the employer’s property or place of business, or any person who is performing official work duties.1
1 A.R.S. § 12-1810(F)
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