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orientation, disability, pregnancy, or military status?
Each of these groups are protected by law, so you may be able to file a claim and receive
monetary compensation. In the employment discrimination arena, Sumner Schick has litigated every
conceivable type of claim under both state and federal statues.
There are laws on both federal and state levels that protect you from sexual harassment.
Sexual harassment can be anything from offensive and inappropriate remarks to threats and assaults.
Whether you are no longer with the company or you are still facing sexual harassment, Sumner Schick
can help you receive the compensation you deserve.
You are protected by law to: take time off of work under the Family and Medical Leave Act
(FMLA), file for worker’s compensation, report unethical or illegal behavior in the company, refuse to
participate in unethical or illegal behavior on behalf of the company.
If your state is an employment-at-will state, employers do not have to have a good reason
to terminate you. However, if your termination violates a law, statue, regulation, or is a form of
retaliation, you were wrongfully discharged.
Whistleblowers/qui tam relators are protected by Federal and state laws and might even be
rewarded to report illegal actions. Your employer can not retaliate against you for notifying authorities
of questionable activity or participating in an investigation. Sumner Schick whistleblower protection
attorneys have obtained millions of dollars for our Whistleblower clients.
An employment contract is legally binding and establishes the terms of which your
employment were agreed upon. If your employer is not meeting these terms, that is a breach of contract
and you may be entitled to monetary compensation.
We can help you fight cases involving:
- Wrongful discharge
- Breach of contract
- Whistleblower / Qui Tam / Public Policy Discharge
- Tort claims
- Covenants not to compete
- Non-solicitation agreements
- Trade secrets theft
Our strategy in high-profile employment litigation is to
- evaluate the case objectively
- discuss the merits of the case with full transparency
- assess settlement potential
- conduct discovery with consideration to summary judgment
- when necessary, defend the client aggressively and effectively at trial
Contact us today for a FREE case assessment.
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