Workplace Harassment

As a result of Congressional amendments to federal employment discrimination laws, claims of harassment in the workplace have increased dramatically. The United States Supreme Court has recently rewritten the rules governing employer liability for harassment in the workplace. Axley workplace harassment defense attorneys draft and review employer policies prohibiting harassment in the workplace. When expertly drafted, these policies can assure that employers receive the maximum benefit allowed under the law for use of such policies as a defense to harassment claims.

Axley attorneys provide training to both management and non-management employees on issues of harassment in the workplace. We assist management with investigations of claims of workplace harassment. Our attorneys also appear before state and federal courts, as well as federal, state and local agencies. Axley attorneys represent employers in cases involving claims of harassment in the workplace.

Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Quasi-Class Action Harassment Lawsuit Brought by EEOC
Represented employer in quasi-class action harassment lawsuit brought by EEOC

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