Legal Advice for Workplace Harassment — 50 results
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 8 months ago.
Sexual harassment is probably the most sensitive and emotionally complex of workplace violations. Many victims find it difficult to assert their rights and determine what legal action... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Risman, about 1 year ago.
Targeted discriminatory harassment occurs every day in New York City, regardless of the type and size of workplace. It can happen at a mammoth Fortune 500 company on Wall Street or even a... more
Written by attorney Michael Early, 8 months ago.
Our common understanding of what constitutes sexual harassment is often conduct that California courts say is insufficient to establish a legal claim for sexual harassment. Whether you've... more
Written by attorney Lorene Schaefer, about 1 year ago.
Before I share the top reasons why I urge parties involved in a workplace dispute to use mediation to resolve it, I think it's probably helpful to define the common dispute resolution terms.... more
Written by attorney John Winer, 4 months ago.
This article attempts to highlight some of the key factors in play when analyzing damages in sexual harassment, therapist abuse and discrimination cases. It will not attempt to be an... more
Written by attorney Douglas Carroll, 6 months ago.
You are a victim of sexual harassment if you are subjected to unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, physical contact of a sexual nature or verbal or visual conduct of a... more
Written by attorney Habib Hasbini, about 1 year ago.
Title VII is meant to be interpreted broadly in its analysis in order to aggressively attack the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. The statute itself provides the most basic of... more
Written by attorney Julie C Janofsky, about 2 years ago.
This legal guide covers the definition of sexual harassment, what a victim of sexual harassment can do, and what the employer can do.
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.
Workplace bullying can include such tactics as verbal, nonverbal, psychological, physical abuse and humiliation. This type o
Written by attorney Oleg I Albert, over 1 year ago.
A brief summary of the protections California employees have from unlawful workplace harassment.