Facing Same Sex Harassment at Work?
Speak With a Los Angeles Workplace Harassment Attorney From Our Firm
Sexual harassment takes many different forms. While most forms of sexual harassment are typically the result of men making unwelcome sexual advances and actions toward women, it can happen where employees deal with issues of the same sex. While these cases may present unique dynamics, employees are afforded the same rights as in all forms of sexual harassment. No one should have to endure a hostile work environment. Those whose career is adversely impacted by harassment may be able to seek compensation in civil court. A Los Angeles workplace harassment attorney can be the ideal advocate should you find yourself in such a situation.
How We Help Our Clients Facing Same Sex Harassment
At the Los Angeles law firm of Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP, we have extensive experience in civil litigation and sexual harassment and are fully prepared to deal with cases involving same-sex harassment.
If you have experienced or are currently experiencing same-sex harassment in the workplace, we strongly recommend that you get in touch with us. Because we take a personal, sensitive and compassionate approach to these cases and fuse it with our extensive litigation experience, we can take the time to fully understand your case and begin developing a strategy that works toward an ideal outcome.
We can be reached at any time and do not hand clients to paralegals or secretaries. We have been handling sexual harassment cases for years and understand the sensitivities that these cases present. We work efficiently, effectively and discreetly.
To discuss unwelcome advances or other same-sex harassment issues in California in a free initial consultation with one of our Los Angeles same-sex harassment attorneys, call (310) 526-8152 or email the firm.
- Unwanted Sexual Advances
- Offering Employment in Exchange for Sexual Favors
- Making Threats After a Negative Response to Sexual Advances
- Email, Text and Social Electronic Media Harassment
- Making Derogatory Comments
- Leering, Impeding or Blocking Movement
- Sexual Discrimination
- Sexual Orientation Harassment
- Same-Sex Harassment