Timothy Blaise Broderick’s Answers

Timothy Blaise Broderick

Palo Alto Sexual Harassment Attorney.

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  1. Do I hire a sexual discrimination lawyer

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Michael Robert Kirschbaum
    2. Neil Pedersen
    3. Craig Trent Byrnes
    4. Todd Friedman
    5. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree that the pervasive or severe requirement for sexual harassment could be a significant hurdle for you based on the facts that you described. It is a very good idea to make a complaint about the sexual harassment to your employer.

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  2. As a customer, can I sue the employee and company for sexual harrassment under California laws?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Neil Pedersen
    2. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    3. Kevin Rindler Madison
    4. Christian K. Lassen II
    4 lawyer answers

    If the business relationship is one from which you cannot easily (from a financial perspective) withdraw, you may very well have a case under California Civil Code Section 51.9 in the nature of quid pro quo (this for that).

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  3. Do i need a sexual harassment lawyer or attoney?

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Linh Thiet Nguyen
    2. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    3. Katrina Margaret Telfer
    4. John Refaat Habashy
    5. Christine C McCall
    6. ···
    6 lawyer answers

    Fellow students are generally not included as potential defendants for sexual harassment under the workplace discrimination statute in California (the Fair Employment andHousing Act) or in the sexual harassment statute directed at professionals, including teachers, at California Civil Code Section 51.9, so your central claims are likely to be for defamation (slander) and infliction of emotional distress. You will need a lawyer.

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  4. My friend was sexually assaulted by her landlord the other day looking for advice on what to do about it?

    Answered 10 months ago.

    1. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    2. Golnar Sargeant
    3. Kevin Rindler Madison
    3 lawyer answers

    In addition to calling the police for criminal prosecution, you have a civil cause of action for damages for your pain and suffering against the landlord under California Code of Civil Procedure 51.9, which applies standards for sexual harassment similar to those for employers and employees to landlords and their tenants. Consult an attorney about sexual harassment.

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  5. I have been sexual harassed at my job by my managerhe is now tring to turn things around but but witness came foward

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Michael Robert Kirschbaum
    2. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    3. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    4. Steven Mark Sweat
    5. Kevin Rindler Madison
    5 lawyer answers

    If the harassment was either "severe" and/or "pervasive", you may indeed have a case. See: sexualharassmentguide.com for an explanation of what the courts consider pervasive or severe.

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  6. Is it legal for an employer to touch u on the chest or to make comments about ur sex life or hers or to call other employees

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Marilynn Mika Spencer
    2. Steven Mark Sweat
    3. Timothy Alan Coe
    4. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    5. Steven Paul Cohn
    5 lawyer answers

    In the State of California, you may file a lawsuit for sexual harassment in the workplace if the harassment is sufficiently severe or pervasive enough to create a hostile work environment. Presuming that this is same sex sexual harassment, the United States Supreme Court has recognized the viability of same sex sexual harassment claims. Hostile work environment sexual harassment is when the sexual harassment is so pervasive or severe that it permeates the workplace. If your...

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  7. Can I sue an ex employer (Owner of the company) for asking for sexual favors while I was working? Or I would be fired.

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Christine C McCall
    2. Nathan Kased
    3. Kevin Rindler Madison
    4. Timothy Blaise Broderick
    5. Kevin Samuel Sullivan
    5 lawyer answers

    You have a number of potential claims, including sexual harassment and retaliation. A very interesting question is about what claims your husband may have. You should see an employment attorney familiar with sexual harassment. You have one year from the date of the harassment to bring an administrative complaint before the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing.

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