Those who are disciplined, demoted or fired in an act of employer retaliation need to know one thing: retaliation is illegal, and you can assert your rights in a court of law. Retaliatory termination is one of the most egregious forms of unlawful retaliation an employee may suffer after engaging in protected conduct. Our previous case results speak for themselves.
At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, we regularly serve as counsel who have been the victims of workplace retaliation. We ensure that you are able to tell your side of the story, and that you have someone standing up for you and your reputation.
We use our exhaustive investigation techniques to uncover all of the facts and build a powerful case on your behalf. Review of an employer’s policies is an important evaluation step for several independent reasons. An employer’s failure to comply with its policies or the presence of “disturbing procedural irregularities” in the management or termination of the employee can supply evidence of pretext.
We are experienced trial lawyers, and routinely take employment law cases all the way to trial at the federal level. We provide you with the personal attention, straightforward advice and aggressive representation that you need when you have been targeted by improper retaliatory actions.
Retaliation Law Firm
Retaliation often occurs in situations where a manager wants to make an example out of an employee and send a message to others at the company. Commonly, adverse actions follow:
- Complaints of sexual harassment
- Whistleblower claims
- Pregnancy or maternity leave
- Other types of leave protected by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
- The filing of workers’ compensation claims
- Testimony in a lawsuit on behalf of a coworker who alleges the company engaged in discrimination or other unlawful actions
When you are the victim of retaliation, let us help you send a message of your own. We can help you stand up for your rights and show your employer that retaliation and other illegal employment actions will never be tolerated.
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