Northeast Ohio Gender Discrimination Attorney
Individuals who have experienced discrimination because of their gender or sex are represented by the Law Firm of Triscaro & Associates.
Our gender discrimination lawyers and Cleveland sex discrimination attorneys will fight against the following types of discriminatory practices:
- Old boy's clubs
- Disparate pay for the same work
- Gender based stereotypes about how a woman should dress or behave at work
- Sexual harassment
- Pregnancy discrimination or discrimination based upon child care
In Ohio, there are laws to safeguard against gender discrimination.
Thankfully, there are many Ohio and Federal laws that provide protection against gender discrimination. Some of these include:
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Equal Pay Act
- Pregnancy Discrimination Act
According to the foregoing statutes, it is unlawful to discriminate against both males and females. Hiring, firing, promotion, training, compensation or other specialized privileges come under the purview of gender discrimination. Our knowledgeable sex discrimination attorneys understand the methods and techniques that employers utilize for discriminatory purposes. Allow us to serve you with our years of experience. Call one of our Cleveland sex discrimination attorneys today.
Our attorneys also deal with the cases of sexual harassment.
Conduct where an employer is engaging in an act of sexual harassment is illegal. Sexual harassment can take the form of an unwelcome advance or touching, or even offers for employment or advancement in exchange for sex. Our attorneys deal with cases that involve hostile work environments where an employee is subjected to extreme sexual harassment which includes bullying, touching, offensive jokes, pornography, and continued advances or touching despite advisements to stop.
Quid pro quo sexual harassment cases are also handled by our lawyers, in which employment or advancement is dependent on the exchange of sexual favors.
Get in touch with our experienced lawyers if you have been a victim of sexual harassment. Time is of the essence. You may need to promptly fulfill certain reporting requirements with the EEOC, and you are at risk of losing your claim if you resign from your job. Get in touch with us to understand your rights. Your initial consultation is free.
Call us today if you have been a victim of retaliation and need to file for a discrimination claim.
An employer is not permitted to retaliate against an employee for filing a discrimination charge with the EEOC. Call our expert Ohio Retaliation Lawyers today if you are being retaliated against because you have filed an EEOC charge against your employer.
Our attorneys have served many clients in matters of sex discrimination across the State of Ohio. Allow us to serve you with our years of legal experience. Call us by dialing (440) 248-8811 if you think you may have a gender discrimination lawsuit, or fill out the Free Case Evaluation form.