A plaintiff may bring her harassment claims against her former employer–based on offsite conduct by her supervisor–to trial. In Myers v. Trendwest Resorts, Inc., former employee Alissia Myers sued Trendwest Resorts for sexual harassment she allegedly suffered at the hands of her supervisor Ayman Damlahki. Among other conduct, Damlahki allegedly subjected Myers to non-consensual physical contact while on "driving for dollars" trips wherein Trendwest employees followed customers home to obtain payment from them. While the trial court initially granted summary judgment for Trendwest, in part, because the conduct occurred outside the work place, the appellate court disagreed. Acknowledging the conduct physically took place offsite, the trips–and resulting harassment–occurred within the employment context making Trendwest responsible for the supervisor's conduct.