What can I do if I was illegally retaliated against or fired?
From the boardroom to the lunchroom to the courtroom, we understand the emotional issues and corporate reasoning that affect the dynamics of workplace retaliation cases.
In cases involving employee retaliation, our law firm helps employees who have been wronged by employers
. Our workplace retaliation lawyers can represent your personal and employment interests with professional diligence and personal compassion toward your needs and objectives.
Harassment and Discrimination Retaliation
Our employment law attorneys provide employees with strong representation in employee retaliation cases based on sexual harassment
involving age, race, pregnancy, national origin, disability, and religion. We handle employee retaliation cases arising under Title VII, the Age Discrimination Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA), and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Our law firm provides confidential and discreet counsel in whistleblower
cases involving employees who have witnessed illegal or unethical activity in the workplace. As a whistleblower, if you are considering airing your complaint either internally or to the government, consult with us on how best to bring your concerns forward. We have experience litigating claims under Florida’s private and public whistleblower laws, and we handle whistleblower cases involving the misrepresentation of a company’s financial health per the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Documenting Your Employee Retaliation Case
We advise employees to keep a detailed diary on the job, recording and documenting any signs of employee retaliation and evidence of severe and pervasive workplace conditions.
For close personal attention to your employee retaliation case, contact us at the Tampa, Florida, law office of Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A.
Workplace Retaliation Resources