Email Harassment Lawyer

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With the rise of the Internet, there are countless ways to communicate. As a result, sexual harassment in the workplace can come in various technological forms. Sexually charged emails with suggestive comments or pictures, text messages (sexting) and suggestive comments on social networking sites all provide outlets for sexual harassment.

Like with all sexual harassment, employees should not and do not have to tolerate these issues. Unlike certain other areas of sexual harassment, these types of electronic media do provide hard copy of the conduct, but they can also be more nuanced.

If you believe you, another co-worker or someone close to you has been sexually victimized in the workplace via electronic or social media, it is important to fully understand your rights and options by reaching out to the strongest lawyer you can find.

San Bernardino Sexual Harassment Attorney

Because we dedicate a large portion of our practice to issues of sexual harassment, we at Yadegar, Minoofar & Soleymani LLP are ready to ideally work on any issue, including those involving social and electronic media. We have extensive experience helping employees obtain compensation, and if you are facing these issues, we are prepared to help you do the same.

We approach every case with a philosophy of efficiency, effectiveness and discretion, because we understand the nature of these cases. It is important to act decisively and with full knowledge of your rights if you are faced with a sexual harassment issue, so we encourage you to reach out as soon as possible.

To discuss social electronic media and sexual harassment in California in a free initial consultation with one of our Los Angeles email harassment attorneys, call 310-499-0140 or email the firm.

Practice Areas

  • Unwanted Sexual Advances
  • Offering Employment in Exchange for Sexual Favors
  • Making Threats After a Negative Response to Sexual Advances
  • Email, Text and Social Electronic Media Harassment
  • Making Derogatory Comments
  • Leering, Impeding or Blocking Movement
  • Sexual Discrimination
  • Sexual Orientation Harassment
  • Same-Sex Harassment