The Law Offices of Kesluk, Silverstein & Jacob have secured a $300,000 settlement for a client who was the victim of sexual harassment, retaliation and wrongful termination. The plaintiff complained that a supervisor would openly watch pornography on a laptop computer in the plaintiff’s work area. The plaintiff was wrongfully terminated after reporting sexual harassment by the supervisor.
The individual defendant harasser admitted under oath to threatening plaintiff after the lawsuit was filed. The harasser also admitted to communicating to the plaintiff that they better watch their back, and they planned to take the law into their own hands.
While this particular case represents a hostile working environment form of sexual harassment, our Los Angeles employment lawyers also represent clients who were victims of quid pro quo sexual harassment, or people who have lost their jobs or had working conditions changed for not satisfying sexual demands. If you have questions about what constitutes sexual harassment, contact our firm today to set up a confidential consultation.
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