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Fighting Harassment In The Workplace

You deserve a peaceful, safe and fair working environment, free from discrimination and harassment of every kind. However, it is far too common for people to experience workplace harassment as a result of race, religion and national origin. This is a serious issue and you have rights – let us help you protect those rights.

At Le Clerc & Le Clerc LLP in San Francisco, our attorneys understand employment laws and how they will impact harassment claims in California. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect at work. Victims of harassment can file lawsuits against their employers — and our lawyers can help them every step of the way.

We are skilled litigators who have extensive experience representing victims of race and national origin harassment. Harassment at work can be verbal or physical and can lead to a hostile work environment. We can review your issue to determine what legal action can be taken against your employer.

Representing Employees From All Racial And Ethnic Backgrounds

We have represented many different individuals who have been victims of race or nationality harassment, including Muslim, Iranian, Persian, Arabic and Asian Indian employees.

Harassment can be very subtle and come in many different forms, including mistaken harassment such as making fun of an employee’s name or making comments about their assumed origin or nationality. Another example is harassment against employees of Middle Eastern descent or Muslim employees following the events of Sept. 11th, 2001.

You Have Rights

You have rights at work and should not be subjected to any type of harassment due to your race or national origin. If you believe you have been a victim of harassment, it is important to speak to our attorneys right away. We can review your specific situation, gather evidence and explore your legal options to hold your employer accountable for its actions.

Call Our Lawyers Today

We will protect your rights and work hard to hold your employer accountable for its employment violations. To schedule a free initial consultation, call us at 415-445-0900 or send us an email.