Sexual Harassment

If Your Employer Has Failed To Protect You, We Can Help

Pursue compensation and ensure your ability to make a living without unwanted advances or inappropriate behavior

Get Justice After Sexual Harassment at Work

When you have been sexually harassed or had your rights violated, and bosses won’t listen – or worse, threaten retaliation or termination – litigation may be the only option available to hold them accountable. 

If you choose to pursue legal action against your California employer for harassment, you need to do it the right way. That means partnering with an attorney who understands what you’ve gone through, knows how the system works and is dedicated to setting things right as best as possible. 

Baker Law Group, LLP, can be that partner for you. Founding principal Michelle Baker and her team have decades of combined experience with California employment law, and we are dedicated to holding employers accountable on victims’ behalf. 

Protect your rights and receive compensation for harassment in the workplace with Baker Law Group, LLP, by your side.

Types of Sexual Harassment

Examples of sexual harassment that may violate California law

Constructive wrongful termination is another type of wrongful termination. It occurs when an employee is not fired but quits because the working conditions have become so awful that they feel they have no other option.

Employees are expected to exhaust all reporting mechanisms to resolve their employment issues before quitting, but if nothing changes, an employee may quit and seek compensation for their lost wages.

Case Studies

Recent Case Results Include:

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Sexual Harassment FAQ

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California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act defines sexual harassment as unwanted sexual advances or visual, verbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature. Sexual harassment encompasses several forms of offensive behavior, including harassment of an employee who is the same gender as the harasser.
Most employers have a company policy prohibiting the types of sexual harassment outlined above, and the law generally requires that employees make a good-faith effort to resolve complaints related to sexual harassment within that company policy. It is also extremely important for employees who are victims of such harassment to carefully document such experiences and the company’s response.

Cases Taken On Contingency

We do not charge for an initial consultation, and Baker Law Group, LLP, takes most wrongful termination cases on contingency, meaning you don’t pay until you win. When you contact Baker Law Group, LLP, we can tell you if a contingency fee structure is right for your case.