Your situation is complex and you would have to be able to prove (among other things) a causal relationship between the termination of your job, that the person making the claim knew it to be false and more. You would need to have an in person consultation with an experienced litigation attorney....View More
It’s a tough issue in that you are obliged to complain but must depend on the good faith, clout and diligence of Human Resources or whichever entity will investigate and have the duty to remediate your complaint. You can increase the odds of a favorable outcome by keeping regular documentation of...View More
That depends on the facts of what happened. I suggest that you setup a consultation with an experienced lawyer as you may need anything from a release to a confidentiality agreement. Either way expect to pay a fee to a lawyer to get the advise you need.
Not necessarily. The FE defense is for the employer to prove that they have the means in place to make a complaint but that does not mean that it precludes you from suing. In addition, that defense can be easily overcome in NY State law and NY City law against sexual harassment. You can make the...View More
While more facts about the sexual harassment that you endured and your former employment situation are required to answer your question, you may very well still be able to pursue a claim. Please contact our office so that we can thourghlynreview the facts and accurately answer your question. Andrew...View More
Someone recorded me and posted a video of me naked online without my consent. I was under 18 in the video and I contacted the website numerous times to get it taken down and no one has done anything. What Can I do to get it taken down?
More information is needed to answer your question, when you say no one has done anything, who is no one (police, school parents etc) , where is it posted, what if any body parts were showing, these are all questions which are important to understand why nothing happened. Lastly sometimes if the...View More
Although it is legal, you are asking for trouble. You obviously never heard of the term "jail bait". You can either date someone your own age or older or risk ruining your life in ways you cannot possibly imagine.
While sexual harassment claims typically involve another employee/manager that works for the employer, there are circumstances in which an employer can be held responsible for sexually harassing conduct by a non-employee. In this type of situation, it is critical to speak to an experienced...View More
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