Sexual Harassment Contact Form

Many sexual harassment claims are based on the theory that a workplace has become a hostile environment. A hostile environment is one in which the sexual conduct and attentions have become so persistent and pervasive that the average person would think of the environment as hostile or abusive. A hostile environment may be created by employees (or even non-employees) whose conversation is inappropriate and offensive, or who display sexually explicit pictures. Employers have a legal obligation to make sure that the workplace does not turn into a hostile environment. If your workplace is intolerable, contact an attorney to discuss a possible hostile environment claim.

Farmington Hills, Michigan, Sexual Harassment Lawyer

If you have been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, you may be afraid you will be fired or suffer other repercussions. Since our law office was established in 1972 to serve clients in the Detroit area, our Michigan employment law attorneys have gained extensive experience in trials and appeals of employment related disputes. We fight to protect the rights, jobs, and dignity of employees who have been sexually harassed at work or discriminated against because of their sex. At the Schwartz Law Firm, our sexual harassment lawyers have experience litigating unfair labor practices and other complex cases related to sex discrimination and harassment.

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Sexual Harassment Contact Form

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