If you or a loved one has been the victim of sexual harassment in the workplace, it is crucial to first notify your supervisor or human resources and document the incident in writing with proof of delivery (e.g., fax log or email). If no action is taken following your written report, or if you are instead disciplined or terminated, you should immediately contact a lawyer experienced with sexual harassment litigation. We can help you recover damages suffered as a result of the harassment, contact us or learn more »
To our Clients and Guests concernng the COVID-19 Virus: We are staying on top of the fluid situation pertaining to the pandemic. We offer videoconferencing for most consultations. And if clients must meet in person to sign documents, etc., our office areas are disinfected before and after. We follow the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and other health organizations in maintaining a safe environment. If you are not feeling well or are ill, have been around someone who is ill or have been exposed to someone diagnosed with COVID-19, we request you advise us and refrain from coming to our offices; we will make whatever arrangements are needed.