In the wake of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, counsel can play a critical role in helping employees understand not only their legal rights to work in harassment-free work environments, but also their duties and responsibilities to report sexual harassment before it becomes severe or pervasive. We have represented hundreds of employees in sexual harassment matters and are acutely aware of the significant cost to employers — in the form of emotional distress, anxiety, depression, reduced productivity, and derailed careers — that is frequently associated with sexual harassment.

We believe that client counseling, timely and proactive intervention, and strong advocacy can be key in stopping sexual harassment. We have assisted hundreds of employees in navigating this stressful terrain and successfully asserting their legal rights.

For over a decade, we have provided legal commentary and analysis about sexual harassment issues — including Paula Jones’ suit against President Bill Clinton and a FOX producer’s suit against Bill O’Reilly– for major television and radio networks, cable news shows and print media. We are nationally recognized as experts in the area of sexual harassment law and have regularly written and lectured on this topic.