Retaliatory Termination

Employ­ees may not be ter­mi­nated from their employ­ment because they engaged in a pro­tected or legal right. Pro­tected con­duct may include report­ing or com­plain­ing of work­place harass­ment and dis­crim­i­na­tion on behalf of your­self or oth­ers. Other exam­ples of engag­ing in legally pro­tected con­duct include report­ing work­place safety mat­ters, crim­i­nal con­duct, or fraud. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 pro­hibits employ­ers’ retal­i­a­tion against employ­ees or appli­cants for employ­ment who have opposed an unlaw­ful employ­ment practice.

Retal­ia­tory Dis­charge Lawyers in Aurora, Colorado

At Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC, our team of expe­ri­enced trial attor­neys have suc­cess­fully rep­re­sented employ­ees in retal­ia­tory dis­charge claims. If you believe you have been ter­mi­nated from your employ­ment because you have blown the whis­tle or reported dis­crim­i­na­tion, we can assist you in under­stand­ing your legal rights and reme­dies. Our lawyers believe that retal­i­a­tion against a coura­geous employee that opposes work­place dis­crim­i­na­tion must be strongly opposed.

Attor­neys Safe­guard­ing your Rights Against Employ­ers that Unlaw­fully Retaliate

We have exten­sive expe­ri­ence in mat­ters involv­ing employ­ees who have suf­fered retal­ia­tory ter­mi­na­tion. Retal­ia­tory dis­charge because an employee reports unlaw­ful employ­ment con­duct is morally and legally wrong. We work with cutting-edge employ­ment law experts in retal­i­a­tion rights to assess the facts of your matter.

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