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Retaliation in the Workplace

Have you been fired, demoted, harassed or otherwise unjustly treated at work for reporting unlawful activity? The law is on your side. Employers cannot retaliate when employees blow the whistle on unlawful activity. If you suspect you have been retaliated against at work, it is important to consult with an experienced employment law attorney.

At Bohrer Brady LLC, we have extensive experience handling employment law matters for employees throughout Louisiana and across the United States. Our attorneys do not represent large corporations, but always stand on the side of the individual. We are prepared to protect your rights in this critical legal matter.

Contact us today to arrange a free consultation with an experienced workplace retaliation lawyer. We represent clients nationwide.

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Has Your Employer Retaliated Against You?

Workplace retaliation can take many forms. If you have blown the whistle on unlawful activities at your place of work and have experienced any of the following, you may have a retaliation claim:

  • Being terminated or demoted
  • Being given unreasonable demands, such as increased quotas
  • Having your salary reduced
  • Having your workload significantly increased
  • Being harassed
  • Being denied opportunities for advancement
  • Receiving unjustified write-ups and other disciplinary measures
  • Receiving an unwanted transfer

We have extensive experience handling workplace retaliation claims and a proven record of success obtaining results for employees. We know what constitutes retaliation and fight for the rights of whistleblowers in Louisiana and throughout the United States.

Whistleblower Claims

If you blew the whistle on your employer and are concerned about protecting your rights, our attorneys are here to offer experienced advice and advocacy.