The law forbids employers from any form of retaliation against employees who complain about workplace discrimination, harassment, or other unlawful conduct by the employer.
Retaliation can take place in several forms:
- Retaliatory discharge: when an employee is terminated after he or she reports illegal activities, discrimination, or harassment.
- Retaliatory actions: when an employee is denied raises or promotions, receives a poor performance review or is demoted or transferred to a less desirable position after complaining about illegal activities, discrimination, or harassment.
If your employer has retaliated against you, you are entitled to damages.
Powerful and Effective Representation for Victims of Retaliation
Our firm has made its name in helping employees who have been harmed financially or in other ways from the illegal actions of their employers. We have successfully fought countless difficult battles to bring about justice for our clients, whether you work for a large mega-corporation or a smaller employer. You can be sure that there is no fight too big or too small for us to take on.
You can protect your rights when you are the victim of retaliation. We will use our legal expertise to make a plan to give you and your case the vigorous and individualized attention it deserves.
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