Securing competent legal representation with the appropriate set of skills can be crucial whether you have an employment case, have experienced sexual assault or harassment, or have had your civil rights violated.
Employers are liable for discrimination when they make employment decisions based on an individual's characteristics. These violations can be disguised as layoffs, cutbacks, and more.
Unwelcome sexual advances at work by a supervisor or co-worker are illegal. It is also against the law to subject an individual to a hostile work environment based on sex.
Every personal injury case has a time limit set by each state, known as the "statute of limitations." In order to not lose your claim it is important to speak with an attorney before the time limit runs out.
Every educational program or activity that receives federal funding is subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex and can include sexual harassment, rape, and assault.
We partnered with JDoe in 2019 to send a loud and clear message that we stand with survivors of sexual misconduct. Together, we are spearheading bottlenecks in underreported crimes and are generating a tremendous amount of emotional as well as practical strength for survivors.