Are You Being Sexually Harassed at Work?

New York Sexual Harassment Lawyers

Sexual Harassment is No Joke. It’s Wrong, Illegal, and When it is Permitted to Occur, Companies are Liable

No employee should have to endure sexual harassment as a condition of employment. Some bosses, however, believe they are free to use their authority to sexually harass workers. In some companies, sexual harassment is permitted as the norm.

Sexual harassment is wrong, and when it continues, we seek to hold companies liable to the fullest extent of the law.

Know Your Rights: Sexual Harassment Doesn’t Need To Be Physical;
If it is Severe or Pervasive, it is Illegal

Unwelcome sexual advances. Requests for sexual favors. Verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

All of these behaviors are wrong.

Don’t Quit; Otherwise Your Claim May Be Compromised. Instead, Call Us to Discuss Your Rights and Options

We accept illegal workplace claims on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will not owe us a fee unless we recover for you.

Since 1999 we have been New York’s women’s rights in the workplace law firm. We have helped thousands of clients subjected to sexual harassment and illegal termination. Call us for a free consultation and get started today!

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What Should You Do Right Now?

  1. You must complain, which can be done to the harasser and/or to a supervisor or the HR department.
  2. Know your rights that sexual harassment is wrong, and that it is never the victim’s fault.
  3. Understand what constitutes illegal sexual harassment – would the harasser undertake the same action with another person who is of the opposite sex of you?
  4. DON’T file a complaint or charge with a governmental agency, such as the EEOC, BEFORE speaking with a qualified employment lawyer. Filing a complaint or charge can directly impact the course of action available and your future options.
  5. Learn whether you have a valid claim – get experienced legal advice. Our firm focuses on sexual harassment, wrongful termination and other workplace claims – we can evaluate your case, and there is no fee or obligation.
  6. Filing deadlines must be considered.These deadlines vary depending on different factors, such as whether the case will be in federal court or state court or the size of the company.

Find Out If You Have a Case

Once we learn about your situation, we can explain how we can help. Because there are important time deadlines by which a case must be filed, please call us immediately at 212.766.9100 or complete the contact form below.

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