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Protecting Employee Rights In Los Angeles And Southern California

Ending Sexual Harassment At Work

Any form of sexual harassment in the workplace — verbal, physical, visual — is clearly illegal, victimizing hard-working employees and contributing to a hostile work environment.

Have you been the target of harassment on the basis of sex, gender or alternative lifestyle? Were you punished by your employer, a supervisor or co-worker because you were a whistleblower who reported these activities?

You deserve better. You deserve justice. Experienced Los Angeles employment law attorney Jeremy M. Golan works hard to achieve that justice for you. To schedule your free initial consultation, contact us today.

How Our Attorney Can Make A Difference

As your lawyer, Mr. Golan listens carefully to your descriptions of sexual harassment that were spoken, acted out with unwelcome physical contact or inappropriately posted visually at your workplace. He looks into the details of your claim and prepares your case as if it is going to trial. If litigation is needed to resolve your dispute, he will not hesitate to provide a strong voice for you in court.

Golan Law, P.C., Protects Employee Rights In Los Angeles And Southern California

You should not have to suffer any form of workplace harassment, including unwanted sexual advances, sexually suggestive comments or physical touching, while pursuing your work duties. Take action now to protect your rights by contacting us for a free initial consultation.

Call today — 310-904-6783. We also respond promptly to all email inquiries.

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