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Retaliation

You may have a claim against your employer if your supervisor, boss, or company higher-ups have retaliated against you based upon you exercising your legally protected rights or standing up for the rights of others.  To have a valid retaliation claim, you must first suffer an adverse job action, which could include, among other things, being fired, being demoted, being denied a promotion, being written-up, or other conduct by the company that threatens your job status.  

If you think you are the victim of retaliation or you fear that you may be retaliated against in the future, it is important to consult with an attorney to learn how to protect your rights, whether that be maintaining your employment, documenting the retaliation as it occurs, or filing a lawsuit.  

The experienced attorneys of O'Hara, Taylor, Sloan & Cassidy can help.  Our dedicated team can advise you about any currently actionable claims you may have or about how to proceed in your future dealings with your employer.  To schedule your initial consultation, call or e-mail us and learn more about what we can do for you.  

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