Employment Retaliation

Employment retaliation is a serious matter. Retaliation is not always in the form of termination. A work environment becoming hostile, a demotion, wage and hour issues, or a superior placing more restrictions on your work are all acts of retaliation. If you believe that you have experienced retaliation and are seeking an aggressive advocate to help you put an end to the retaliation, turn to our lawyers and staff at the office of Lipow & Harris.

Over the course of our more than 40 years of combined experience, we have confidently handled numerous retaliation lawsuits and other employment law matters for clients across Los Angeles and Southern California. We are able to effectively explain the laws governing employment retaliation and how they may apply to your situation. As reported in the L.A. Times and Daily News, Jeffrey A. Lipow recently won a case of retaliation and wrongful termination against the City of Los Angeles for 2.1 million dollars. Jeff recently settled for $1,500,000 in a sexual harassment action against a well-known public figure, as well as many other recent confidential cases. 

It is illegal to retaliate against an employee. Retaliation can occur in response to reports or discussion of certain employment situations, including:

  • Discrimination
  • Sexual harassment
  • Harassment
  • Violation of a law (whistleblower)
  • Giving testimony
  • Participating in an investigation for non-employment related unlawful behavior

You do not have to put up with retaliation at work. We can help you understand your options and rights regarding the filing of a claim against your employer. There are time constraints on your ability to seek justice in retaliation matters, so do not hesitate to get in touch with our firm.

Contact a retaliation attorney at the law office of Lipow & Harris in Los Angeles today to learn more about how our firm can help you through your situation. A free initial consultation and flexible appointment times are offered.