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employment lawyer los angelesFederal and state laws tell employers how to treat their employees. Unfortunately, many businesses do not always follow the law. AlderLaw represents employees who have been victims of workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wrongful termination. Our attorneys have achieved multimillion dollar settlements and verdicts for plaintiffs who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination.
Across the country, workplace discrimination is against the law, but this does not always mean it’s easy to fight—and win. To obtain the justice and financial compensation you deserve, you need the very best lawyers behind you.

Both federal and state laws protect employees who have been discriminated against on the basis of a number of characteristics, including:

  • sex/gender
  • age
  • race
  • color
  • religion
  • national origin
  • disability
  • pregnancy
  • sexual orientation
  • political affiliation
  • mental and physical disabilities

If you believe that your employer has terminated your employment or treated you differently than other employees based on any of these protected classes, then you may have a claim for discrimination.

Workplace Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace is all too common. In fact, many employees do not even realize the jokes, derogatory remarks, and other offensive conduct or behavior they have been experiencing is actually considered sexual harassment under the eyes of the law. There is a possible claim if a supervisor or co-worker makes unwanted sexual advances, offers employment benefits in exchange for sexual favors, makes sexually explicit comments, remarks and jokes, displays sexually suggestive pictures, objects or posters and touches, assaults or impedes someone’s movement.

Retaliation occurs when an employer penalizes an employee for engaging in a legally protected activity, such as reporting discrimination or harassment or participating in workplace investigations. Retaliation can take many forms, including demotion, being passed over for promotion, being denied a raise or transfer to a more desirable position, or missing out on training or mentoring opportunities.

If you believe your employer has retaliated against you for reporting unlawful acts or for another protected act, contact our employment attorneys. AlderLaw has defended countless victims of workplace retaliation and recovered millions of dollars for our clients

If you’ve recently been fired or laid off from your job, you may be wondering whether you can bring a legal claim for wrongful termination against your employer. You may have been wrongfully terminated for a number of unlawful reasons, including:

• race, gender, sexual orientation, or other protected class
• retaliation for reporting an unlawful workplace activity
• taking time off to vote or care for a sick child

This list is not exhaustive. Discuss your potential wrongful termination case with one of our experienced employment attorneys.

AlderLaw has a proven track record of taking insurers and big business to trial and winning big verdicts.

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