Sexual Harassment

Representing Victims Of Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace takes numerous forms. Co-workers, bosses, directors, managers and third-party vendors who deal with employers on a regular basis are all capable of sexual harassment. Some acts of sex harassment are so subtle that the victim may be unsure if he or she is the target. Other acts are so blatant that there is no mistaking the intent of the perpetrator. Many believe that only women are victims of sex harassment, but men are also vulnerable to predators who engage in these unlawful acts. Men and women may both be found liable for acts of sexual harassment at work.

We are dedicated to protecting victims of sex harassment in the workplace. We’ve represented those who have suffered from various acts of sexual harassment, including:

  • Demanding sexual acts
  • Offering additional hours, pay or benefits in return for sexual favors
  • Threatening to terminate employment or demote an employee for rebuking a predator’s demands
  • Displaying or disseminating pornographic materials electronically or in printed form
  • Commenting about an individual’s sexuality or sexual preferences
  • Touching another inappropriately
  • Making false sexual claims to others about engaging in sexual acts

Sex harassment is broadly defined and considered to be a form of gender discrimination, which could also give rise to an additional charge of workplace discrimination. Some cases are so severe that the offender could potentially face criminal charges in addition to being held accountable in the civil courts.

Protecting Your Rights

As an employee, you have the right to be treated fairly by your employer. If you believe that your employer may have violated the law in its dealings with you, contact us to seek advice from an employment law professional. We are happy to meet with you one on one to discuss your case and provide you with guidance so that you can take measures to resolve your employment dispute.

Workplace racial discrimination matters are taken on contingency, and you will never be required to pay attorney’s fees unless we obtain favorable results on your behalf. Employer retaliation matters are handled on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, if we do not obtain a monetary settlement or verdict in your favor, you will not pay any attorney’s fees.

Don’t be afraid to stand up for your rights as an employee. Call today for a free initial consultation and a review of your case. Call us at 415-981-1850 or contact us here.

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