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Letterman Extortion / Workplace Affairs / Pinsky Interview #949161

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 02, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The confession by TV's David Letterman that he had sex with female staffers on the show noted.

(Washington: Brian Todd) The risky business of workplace affairs examined; details given about what is legal/not legal & the rules of office romance. [Sexual harassment attorney Deborah KATZ†- says the question is whether the affairs were unwelcomed by the women as in the Letterman case.] [On CNN, clinical psychologist Jeffrey GARDERE†- offers analysis of pressure on the women.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky about workplace affairs. [PINSKY - says the rules protect the person in lower positions; outlines teacher-student & doctor-patient relationships & the need for boundaries in company relationships.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Erica Hill) When did Anderson's hair become whiter than Dr. Drew's discussed!

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian;
Erica, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:06:00

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