We regularly counsel our clients on such issues as:

  • Sexual harassment on the job
  • Verbal sexual harassment
  • Non-verbal (visual) sexual harassment
  • Physical Sexual Harassment
  • Consensual banter/private conversations as sexual harassment
  • Harassment based on race, national origin, or sexual orientation
  • Hostile work environment
  • "This for that" or quid pro quo harassment

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