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Entries about Minnesota history from MNopedia are made available through a partnership with the Minnesota Historical Society and with funding from the Legacy Amendment's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund. Kosmach and Kathleen Anderson filed the lawsuit Jenson v. in 1988, after years of harassment at Eveleth Mines.
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On May 14, 1993, Kyle ruled that Oglebay Norton was liable.
The case became the first sexual harassment class action tried in US federal court and set a precedent for future harassment trials.
In 1975, Lois Jenson became one of the first women employees at Eveleth Mines Forbes Fairlane Plant.
Ten months after taking the case, however, Rubenstein became overwhelmed, and Jenson and Kosmach chose Sprenger & Associates (later Sprenger & Lang) to replace her. Eveleth Taconite Co., aimed to certify the case as a class action and obtain an injunction forcing the mine to adopt a sexual harassment policy. Rosenbaum heard the trial, which began on May 13, 1991, in Duluth.
Paul Sprenger—the only attorney interested in bringing the case as a class action—assigned Jean Boler to the case. In December, he granted class certification but denied the injunction.