Covering ongoing issues involving sexual harassment allegations made by her client against Federal Housing Finance Agency Director Mel Watt, the Washington Post quoted Diane Seltzer Torre, who told the Post, “When a month goes by and there is radio silence — no outreach to me or to her whatsoever to discuss next steps — it is painful.  In a case like this, being ignored after your complaint has been investigated can be as destructive as being actively sexually harassed.”  Read the full article here: