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First and foremost, we believe survivors. We stand by all employees who have experienced harassment, be it sexual harassment or assault, racial harassment, or harassment on the basis of any other protected class.

Harassment in the workplace is a form of discrimination, and it is illegal. Not only does workplace harassment affect a person’s livelihood, but it also inflicts significant emotional harm that can have long-lasting effects. No person should have to experience this harm, but if you do, we want to help you.

The legal standards that govern workplace harassment, as developed by our nation’s courts and legislatures, are complicated. In our opinions, those standards place too high a burden on employees to prove that what they experienced amounted to quid pro quo harassment or a hostile work environment and, thus, was against the law. But this legal system is gradually improving, particularly in the wake of the #MeToo movement.

As advocates for employees who have experienced workplace harassment, we are working to push the needle toward justice for all survivors.

We understand that these issues can be difficult to speak about, and we promise to approach your harassment issue with compassion, patience, and understanding.

Submit a request for a legal consultation to speak with us about your harassment issue.