While reviewing pre-employment reports as part of her job, the

While reviewing pre-employment reports as part of her job, the claimant read a report in which an applicant admitted commenting to an employee at a prior job that “making love to you is like making love to the Grand Canyon.” Later, at a meeting convened by her supervisor, the supervisor read the quote and said he didn’t understand it. A male subordinate said he would explain it to him later, and both chuckled. The claimant interpreted the exchange as sexual harassment and reported it internally. The claimant alleges that nearly every action after the incident constituted retaliation for her complaint, including a lateral transfer. Will the court agree? [Clark County School District v. Breeden, 121 S. Ct. 1508 (2001).]