Hostile Work Environment Lawyer
Sexual harassment can take an even more nefarious turn when leering, impeding or blocking movement enters the picture. These more physical and overt forms of sexual harassment can be particularly stressful. That stress can be overwhelming, leaving people confused and unsure of how to proceed.
It is important to realize that no employee should have to face these actions. Should you have faced or been facing them, you have options for recourse. In any case, you should get in touch with legal counsel as soon as possible. Failure to take the correct action if you are currently facing it, or negatively responded and were penalized, can result in catastrophe.
Pursuing accountability for sexual harassment requires comprehensive knowledge and expertise. This is what we are prepared to provide.
Los Angeles Hostile Work Environment Attorney For Leering, Impeding Or Blocking Movement
Because we at the firm of Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP have extensive experience in civil litigation and sexual harassment, we are ideally prepared to work on cases involving leering, impeding, blocking movement or other physical sexual harassment. We also work on cases where bosses cross the line and force their employees into uncomfortable and sexual situations. A recent example of this involves Amanda Ly, a former JLL capital markets broker, who was frequently forced into overtly sexual and morally problematic situations by her supervisor Jerry Cain. After human resources failed to respond to her complaints, she ended up filing a lawsuit against the company alleging that they created a hostile work environment.
If you have experienced or are currently experiencing these issues, we strongly recommend you to get in touch with our team as soon as possible. We take a personal and compassionate approach to these cases. By combining this approach with our extensive litigation experience, we can take the time to comprehensively understand your case. From there we can develop a strategy that works toward a best-possible outcome.
- 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