Aug 16, 2019
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The firm’s attorneys handle cases involving “quid pro quo” sexual harassment, which is when an employer or supervisor demands sexual favors in exchange for a raise or promotion, or threatens to demote or terminate an employee when such advances are refused.
The firm also handles “hostile environment” cases where an employee’s working environment is unbearable due to inappropriate jokes, comments, and other offensive actions of a sexual nature.
Sexual harassment is prohibited by federal and state law. Claims can be brought by those of any gender who have been subjected to such treatment by an employer or supervisor. If you feel that you have been sexually harassed, please contact us for a confidential consultation.