Under federal and New Jersey law, employees are entitled to be free from sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment involves discrimination or changes to the terms and conditions of employment, based upon a worker’s sex or gender. If you’ve been subject to unwelcome sexual advances, unwanted touching, or exposed to lewd or sexually explicit comments or behavior in the workplace, you may be entitled to seek relief and damages in a sexual harassment claim. A Paterson sexual harassment lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA is ready to help.
You shouldn’t have to deal with the physical and emotional toll that comes from being subject to sexual harassment. Let battle-tested attorney Krenar Camili and Camili & Capo, PA go work to fight for your rights and interests. Krenar Camili, Esq. and Joseph Capo, Esq. will vigorously pursue financial compensation for the damages you’ve suffered along with equitable relief, which may include changes to the conditions in your workplace, or reinstatement if you lost your job due to sexual harassment. With Camili & Capo, PA, you’ll never have to settle for anything less than the full recovery you deserve. As experienced litigators, our dedicated attorneys aren’t afraid of taking a case to court and to trial to pursue an optimal outcome for a client.
Contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free, no-obligation case review with an experienced employment law attorney to learn more about your legal rights and options for demanding compensation and justice when you’ve been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Sexual harassment in the workplace can come in many different forms. You may not even realize that you have been subjected to sexual harassment at work, often when harassment doesn’t fall into one of the “traditional” types or if harassing behavior is not directed specifically at you. Examples of ways sexual harassment can occur in the workplace include:
If you’ve suffered one of these forms of sexual harassment or believe that your rights at work have been violated on the basis of your sex, talk to an experienced Paterson sexual harassment lawyer at Camili & Capo, PA to learn more about whether you may have a viable claim for sexual harassment and what kinds of relief you may be entitled to.
If you’ve been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, it can be an anxiety-inducing and stressful experience. You may even worry about the potential for retaliation if you do try to defend your rights and interests in the workplace. Turn to Camili & Capo, PA for dedicated legal representation that will be by your side at every step in the process of your sexual harassment claim. A trusted Paterson sexual harassment lawyer from our firm can help you with all the aspects and obstacles that may arise in a sexual harassment case, including:
If you’ve been the victim of sexual harassment at work, you deserve to seek accountability and justice from those liable for the harassment and harm that you’ve endured. Don’t wait another day to begin asserting your rights and interests. Contact Camili & Capo, PA today for a free consultation with a battle-tested Paterson sexual harassment lawyer to learn more about how dedicated legal representation can help you seek recovery for sexual harassment you’ve experienced.
No. The law recognizes that sexual harassment may be commited by any person against another person, regardless of the harasser or the victim’s respective genders or sexual orientations. In addition, it is possible for sexual harassment to occur without harassing conduct to be specifically targeted at an individual. Sexual harassment can occur when someone makes sexually-related comments or displays sexual content in the workplace, which can create a hostile work environment for someone even if comments or content were nto directed towards them.
Potentially. Employers have a legal obligation to keep the workplace free of sexual harassment. An employer may fail to fulfill this obligation if it becomes aware that one of its customers is sexually harassing employees and does not act to remedy the customer’s behavior or otherwise protect employees from sexual harassment. This can include the employer advising the customer that their behavior is considered inappropriate or, where necessary, removing the customer from the premises.
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