Dallas Sexual Harassment Lawyers

Workplace Sexual Harassment Claims in Texas

Most sexual harassment cases fall into one of two categories. They either involve what is known as quid pro quo (which means, “this for that” in Latin) or a hostile work environment.

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Our attorneys’ representation of both employees and employers in cases of sexual harassment enables us to finely tune our arguments to achieve the best results for our clients.

What Is Quid Pro Quo?

workplace-sexual-harassment-lawyers-dallas It is against the law to make sexual favors of any kind a condition of employment. This is known as quid pro quo harassment. It implies or states outright that a job, promotion or another job benefit depends on engaging in sexual conduct with a manager or supervisor.

If a manager or supervisor is trying to get an employee to have sex with him or her in exchange for a job or a higher position, the manager or supervisor is breaking the law. Even a false accusation of quid pro quo can be damaging. Our lawyers will help you deal with it.

What Is A Hostile Work Environment?

A second type of sexual harassment case involves the creation of a hostile work environment. Conduct that can create a hostile environment in the workplace includes the following:

A hostile environment may be created by a supervisor, a manager or by co-workers. It can happen in any type of work setting. It can seem subtle or be obvious to everyone. Every situation is different, and you should seek prompt legal advice if you experience or an employee accuses your company of having a hostile work environment.

A Litigation Team At Your Side

Our attorneys’ representation of both employees and employers in cases of sexual harassment enables us to finely tune our arguments to achieve the best results for our clients.

Some advantages of our approach include:

Let us make sure your rights are represented. Our team will surround you with the support and resources you need. Take a moment and learn how we can help in your sexual harassment matter. Call 214-382-4653.

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