Sexual Harassment Lawyers

When you face sex­ual harass­ment in the work­place, you likely feel embar­rassed and degraded, but you may believe that you need to tol­er­ate the unlaw­ful harass­ment just to keep your job. When this has hap­pened to you, you need to know that you do not have to tol­er­ate any type of harass­ment or inap­pro­pri­ate sex­ual con­duct at your job.

At Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC, we zeal­ously defend our clients’ rights and work hard to hold those who sex­u­ally harass oth­ers account­able for their actions. We will stand up for you at all stages of your case, rep­re­sent­ing you in court and help­ing you regain your rep­u­ta­tion and self-esteem. Our ulti­mate goal is to make you whole again, and to use your case to show employ­ers that they can­not fos­ter a cul­ture where sex­ual harass­ment is tolerated.

If you have been ter­mi­nated for false alle­ga­tions of mis­con­duct based on a sham inves­ti­ga­tion, the qual­ity of the employer’s inves­ti­ga­tion and the evi­den­tiary sup­port for the employer’s con­clu­sion may be help­ful in iden­ti­fy­ing evi­dence to sup­port a pre­text alle­ga­tion. If your employer has retal­i­ated against you for resist­ing or report­ing sex­ual harass­ment, you may have an addi­tional claim. Con­tact us to dis­cuss your sit­u­a­tion and learn about your options.

Hos­tile Work Envi­ron­ment Lawyers

Sex­ual harass­ment cases can be exceed­ingly com­plex, and they require the atten­tion of an attor­ney who is detail-oriented and will not over­look any use­ful infor­ma­tion. We use our proven inves­ti­ga­tion tech­niques to gather evi­dence and tes­ti­mony that will sup­port your sex­ual harass­ment claims. We often rep­re­sent clients where sex­ual harass­ment takes the form of:

  • Inap­pro­pri­ate com­ments about cloth­ing or appearance
  • Super­vi­sors’ and cowork­ers’ attempts to be alone with the employee
  • Sex­ual remarks
  • Sex­ual innuendo
  • Pornog­ra­phy and sex­u­ally graphic emails
  • Inap­pro­pri­ate com­ments made under the guise of being jokes
  • Hos­tile work environments
  • Pres­sure to pro­vide sex­ual favors
  • Unwanted grop­ing, fondling or touching

These cir­cum­stances often arise in quid pro quo sit­u­a­tions, where the offender expects you to put up with these actions as a con­di­tion of keep­ing your job or earn­ing a pro­mo­tion. No mat­ter what your exact sit­u­a­tion is, you never have to tol­er­ate sex­ual harassment.

Harassed In The Work­place? Con­tact Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC.

Call 303–578-4400 or fill out our online form to con­tact our firm and dis­cuss your case with our expe­ri­enced Den­ver employ­ment attor­neys.