We are experienced in representing those faced with discrimination, retaliation or a hostile work environment. These claims may be based on age, gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, transgender, national origin, religion or may be in violation of public policy or domestic violence leave protections.
We counsel our clients on their rights and have a reputation for taking on tough cases. We take great pride in our commitment and success to protecting the civil rights of individuals.
Washington is an “at-will” state, so unless you have a contract for a specified period of time, union rights, or other enforceable promise, you can be terminated for no reason or for any reason, so long as your termination is not motivated by an unlawful reason. We investigate the facts to make sure that your rights and remedies are protected, and we frequently find there has been a wrongful basis for the employment action against our clients. There are strict time limitations for filing an EEOC charge and bringing a claim. Call us for a consultation to protect your employment rights and future career development.
Washington has strong protections for those who need to take leave to deal with issues surrounding domestic violence.