We represent women facing illegal workplace discrimination and harassment and subject to wrongful employment practices. Our goal is to stop such wrongful conduct, send a message to employers that discrimination against women will not be tolerated, and recover for fair compensation and benefits for our clients. Our firm’s mission is to advance the economic status of women, one client at a time.
We help women understand their rights, including the right to be free from the hostility and stress caused by unwelcome sexual advances, to the backlash experienced by many women when they become pregnant or take maternity leave. We explain the protections afforded by the law, including the protections against retaliation and wrongful termination.
If you’re a woman dealing with sex-based differential treatment at work, pregnancy discrimination, sexual harassment, or unequal pay, you’ve come to the right place. We have been at the forefront of gender equality litigation since 1999, and we know what you’re going through.
Whether in negotiations with your company’s lawyers, mediation at the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or in litigation against your employer in court, we are women’s rights lawyers who will work tirelessly to promote your best interests.
So, don’t delay, don’t quit, and give us a call or send an email, and we’ll schedule a free consultation.
If you quit your job while experiencing harassment or discrimination, you will lose important leverage against your employer. Contact us before quitting so that we may advise you of your options.
As a matter of law, we all have a right to not be treated differently at work if that differential treatment is due to our sex, race, color, age, disability, national origin or religion. Additionally, there are specific issues that women face, such as pregnancy discrimination, gender pay disparity and pregnancy discrimination. Learn more about your rights by viewing our womens rights in the workplace blog.
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Women’s Rights in the Workplace
by Jack Tuckner
Learn how to protect yourself and your job by downloading our free guide to workplace pregnancy discrimination. If your pregnancy, maternity leave or pregnancy-related physical challenges and limitations have caused a change for the worse in your workplace, you’re not alone, it’s not unusual, it’s illegal and you can do something about it. Don’t wait until you’re fired, and don’t quit!