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Once an employee has engaged in protected activity, such as filing a lawsuit against the employer or consulting the employee’s union, an employer may be subject to additional liability if the employer subsequently treats the employee adversely.  Disparate treatment in retaliation of an employee asserting his or her rights often violates both California and Federal laws.  An employee may sue his or her employer for retaliation if the employee is demoted, terminated, or subjected to a hostile work environment subsequent to taking legal action against the employer or engaging in any other type of protected activity.

If you’re ready to speak to a qualified attorney about your employment law claims, we encourage you to contact our team for guidance.

Contact us today for a free initial consultation to determine your legal rights and potential remedies — in this consultation, one of our experienced attorneys will attend to your matter personally. It’s important to note that we routinely take on complex cases on a contingency basis, and have the resources to finance litigation costs. As such, no legal fees are charged to the client until a successful recovery has been achieved.