Retaliation

Sometimes, even if an employee is not being subjected to sexual harassment or job discrimination, at least according to the letter of the law, that employee may still be the victim of retaliation, particularly where the employee complains about the underlying legal issues and is later demoted, suspended, terminated or retaliated against in other ways that adversely affect the terms and conditions of the person’s employment.

Some common situations where employment retaliation may arise include situations where an employee reports employer violations to OSHA or the Department of Labor, or complains about sexual harassment to their employer, or opposes illegal activities in the workplace, or participates in union-sanctioned activities.

Andrew Dansicker has extensive experience analyzing potential retaliation cases and litigating such retaliation cases at the state, federal and administrative levels.  If you are experiencing an uncomfortable situation on the job as a result of retaliation, or if you have been discriminated against or terminated from your employment as a result of retaliation, contact Andrew Dansicker at The Law Office of Andrew M. Dansicker online, or call 410-771-5668.  To reach Mr. Dansicker immediately please fill out the consultation form and he will return your email within 24 hours.