Victims of a sexually charged and hostile working environment; employees who have had employment or advancement in employment conditioned upon the granting of sexual favors; or, employees who have been retaliated against because they have rejected sexual advances or complained about sexual harassment.
Employees who have been discriminated against because they are over the age of forty.
Race, Sex and National Origin Discrimination
Employees who have been discriminated against because of their race, sex or national origin.
Governmental employees who have been discriminated against because they have reported in good faith violations of law committed by their employers or co-workers as well as certain private sector employees who may be protected by statute.
Employees who have been retaliated against for having engaged in protected activity including reporting discrimination, sexual harassment or filing claims for workers compensation benefits.
Claims for termination in violation of an employment contract or failure to pay stipulated compensation under an employment agreement, including bonuses or commissions.
Defamation, slander, intentional infliction of emotional distress, assault and tortious interference with contractual or business relationships in the workplace.
The firm also counsels with employees concerning severance agreements, employment contracts, covenants not to compete and similar legal issues arising out of the employment relationship.