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Sexual Discrimination Defense Attorney Seattle

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Sex Discrimination

Sexual Discrimination Defense Attorney in Portland

Are you facing a complaint of sexual discrimination? Have you lost your job because of your gender? Has your strong candidacy for employment or promotion been rejected because of your sex? The law on gender discrimination is always changing and can be difficult to navigate. The consequences of violating these laws can be serious. It is critical that your company implement policies to prevent sexual discrimination in the workplace. An experienced employment attorney can help you develop those policies and address any problems as soon as they arise.

Defending against Sexual Discrimination

In the event that you face a lawsuit alleging gender discrimination, you will need prompt and expert assistance. Defending such a claim can be difficult and intimidating. Having an experienced and compassionate employment litigation attorney by your side can make a big difference. We can guide you through the process, aggressively defend your interests, and maximize the chances of a positive outcome. Don’t wade these dangerous legal waters on your own.

Sexual Discrimination Victims

In addition to assisting our business clients with legitimate defense, we are proud to protect the rights employees with serious cases. If you have been subjected to sexual discrimination, if you have suffered significant economic losses as a result, and the discriminatory or harassing conduct has continued even after you have reported it to your employer, we will help you understand your options. It is important that you act quickly; statutes of limitation in employment cases are short, and you must often file an administrative complaint before you can bring certain claims.