New York Sexual Harassment Lawyer
Claims of sexual harassment fall into two categories:
The first is that you have been subjected to a hostile environment because of conduct exhibited by your colleagues or supervisors to such an extent that it creates an abusive working environment. The claimant does not have to prove economic loss for a successful claim. The New York courts have held that the test for a sexual harassment claim is whether the sexual conduct was unwelcome by you
The second form of sexual harassment is known as "quid pro quo," which requires an economic loss to be suffered before the claimant can succeed. These losses may include firing, a failure to receive a raise or promotion, or other direct loss of remuneration in the work place.
If you feel that you have been the victim of sexual harassment in the work place, it is crucial that you speak to an experienced attorney who can advise you of all your options.
Call The Law Office of Robert Dunne at 212-551-1750 for the legal advice you need.