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Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton Representing Executives, managers and professional employees in discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and wrongful termination cases for 25 years. High quality representation for high end cases and clients.

Pittsburgh Employment Lawyer

Charles A. Lamberton represents people with harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination claims. If you’ve been treated unlawfully by your employer, Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton will fight for you.

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Fighting for Justice

Discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and other unlawful harassment can occur in any workplace. Knowing your rights and working with a preeminent Pittsburgh employment lawyer like Charles A. Lamberton are the key first steps to the justice and compensation you deserve.

Federal Laws Protecting Employees

Many federal laws protect employees from workplace discrimination and retaliation. They include:

  • The Americans with Disabilities Act
  • The Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • The Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • The Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • The Equal Pay Act of 1963
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act
  • The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
  • If you have been discriminated against based on sex, gender, race, religion, disability, age, pregnancy, or any other protected classification, reach out to an experienced Pittsburgh employment lawyer like Charles A. Lamberton. He can navigate the complex state and federal laws that apply to your case and determine the best possible course of action for you.

    Fighting Sexual Harassment at Work

    Sexual harassment is always wrong and often illegal, especially at work. When a supervisor or co-worker sexually harasses a woman at work, it is time to speak with Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton. Mr. Lamberton has represented many victims of workplace sexual harassment and obtained millions of dollars in compensation for his clients. A Pittsburgh employment attorney like Charles knows how to build a sexual harassment case and will fight until his client receives justice.

    Sometimes employers retaliate when an employee resists or complains about sexual harassment at work. That retaliation is illegal. Retaliation can include being fired, demoted, or suspended, but it can also be more subtle. Getting assigned undesirable projects or clients, having your hours decreased, being scheduled during unfavorable shifts, or being denied opportunities available to other employees are all examples of retaliation.

    Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton believes that women should never have to tolerate sexual harassment at work, and will diligently fight on your behalf if your employer has sexually harassed you or retaliated against you.

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    Proving Your Case

    A good timeline, documents, text messages, emails, social media messages, anything that tells the story of what you have gone through, or anything that tends to prove what you say happened actually happened, are very important first steps in building a case. The experienced Pittsburgh employment lawyers at the Lamberton Law Firm are here to help you and have a track record of success in helping their clients get justice and compensation.

    A knowledgeable Pittsburgh employment lawyer like Mr. Lamberton understands employment discrimination and harassment cases and can navigate the process from start to finish. Your testimony will also play a part, so take the time to write down anything you can remember relating to the retaliation, discrimination, or harassment that you experienced. Include dates, locations, and names and titles of anyone responsible for or involved with your unfair treatment. There may also be coworkers or other employees who are victims of the same type of treatment. If you can think of anyone who may be able to corroborate your version of events or who may have their own negative experience, you should also document that as well.