EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION & HARASSMENT CLAIMS

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jeffrey@jeffreystromlaw.com

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Jeffrey Strom represents both employers and employees in a wide range of employment discrimination and retaliation matters.  Jeffrey represents employees and employers with regard to discrimination and retaliation at all phases of employment, whether occurring in the application process, the course of employment, and/or separation.   Jeffrey is knowledgeable regarding the Massachusetts and Federal laws covering employment discrimination and his experience litigating the same.

 

Jeffrey represents clients in disputes involving the following types of discrimination (amongst others):

 

  • Gender

  • Race

  • Gender

  • Sexual Harassment

  • National Origin and Ethnicity

  • Citizenship Status

  • Age

  • Sexual Orientation

  • Physical and Mental Disability

 

If you are an employee who feels that you have been discriminated against on the basis of any of these (or other) grounds, the Law Office of Jeffrey S. Strom can help you vindicate your rights.  Jeffrey understands the intricacies of the employer-employee relationship and will tailor his litigation strategy to help you achieve your goals (whether that be money damages, continued employment, a favorable separation package or something else) as efficiently as possible.  Contact Jeffrey today for a free consultation.

 

For employers, Jeffrey’s knowledge of the discrimination laws and experience litigating discrimination claims can help you develop best practices that will limit your potential liability.  If you are currently in (or threatened with) litigation, Jeffrey’s exceptional representation can help you resolve the issue quickly and efficiently.  Jeffrey is always mindful of the practical realities of the workplace and will help employers resolve litigation in a way that positively impacts their workplace environment and decreases the chances of future conflict. 

 

Please contact Jeffrey to discuss how he can help your business avoid and/or resolve discrimination litigation.