SEXUAL/RACIAL HARASSMENT/ASSAULT (TITLE VII)
The workplace should be a safe environment where employees can complete their job duties, collaborate, and communicate without threats of violence or intimidation. When an employee is the victim of sexual or racial harassment or assault, the offending party violates state and federal employment laws and may face criminal charges. The immediate and long-term physical and psychological damage these heinous actions and behaviors inflict can affect the victim’s ability to continue with an employer, in their field, or working at all. Our legal team determines all your avenues of legal action, including civil and criminal lawsuits.