Sexual Harassment

My experience with the firm was great – my attorney was very responsive, helpful, and patient with all my questions… she made a very stressful experience more bearable.

Happy Client, 2019

To be clear, sexual harassment is a form of gender discrimination. Sexual harassment isn’t about sex – it’s about power. Harassers behave the way they do because they feel threatened. They are threatened by smart women, strong women, gender non-conforming workers, gay people, or anything else that makes them face up to their inadequacies.

We are proud to fight sexual harassment and sexual assault in the workplace (whether yours or his).


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Hostile Work Environment

We secured substantial monetary compensation for our client who had been subject to a hostile work environment, including gender-based slurs and lewd activity.

Pattern of Workplace Sexual Harassment

Our client came to us after her boss sexually assaulted her.  Quietly and discretely, we were able to support our client in identifying other women who he had harassed, uncovering a serious pattern of abuse targeting a vulnerable population.  Through litigation, we secured a substantial six-figure recovery for our clients, one of whom said she could finally sleep soundly for the first time in years.  Even better, inside sources say that the behavior has stopped.

Threatened in the Workplace

Our client had secured a new job after being forced out by homophobic threats and slurs.  However, the harassment continued when his employer tried to enforce a questionable “non-compete” clause, jeopardizing his new position.  We shut that baloney down swiftly and our client was able to move on in peace.

Ongoing Sexually Inappropriate Behavior

Our client was suffering worse and worse mental health effects as a result of her supervisor’s ongoing sexually inappropriate behavior.  We immediately reached out to the employer and discretely secured a period of paid leave while we negotiated on our client’s behalf.  Ultimately we secured our client a substantial enough recovery that she felt free to leave her job and she was able to take the time she needed to make new arrangements without financial insecurity or stress.