Sure, it will cost you attorneys fees and you have mentioned no damages. Find another job.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Yes you can sue and you can also have her charged criminally. In the future, however, I would suggest you not walk away from your boss when he/she is talking to you unless you have a very good reason.
Answer Applies to: California
No. You were not in fear of injury and you were not injured. However, report her to HR.
Answer Applies to: Idaho
Yes, in GA, you may sue for the assault, but you are likely to get nothing for such a minor act. You must prove some actual damages to win big You will, however, likely lose your job. Is it worth it?
Answer Applies to: Georgia
It depends so contact an attorney.
Answer Applies to: Wisconsin
You can ask her not to do that again, but what are your damages? How extensive are they and can they be proved?
Answer Applies to: Rhode Island