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Employees may not be terminated from their employment because they engaged in a protected or legal right.  Protected conduct may include reporting or complaining of workplace harassment and discrimination on behalf of yourself or others.  Other examples of engaging in legally protected conduct include reporting workplace safety matters, criminal conduct, or fraud.  Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits retaliation against employees or applicants for employment who have opposed an unlawful employment practice.

Retaliatory Discharge Lawyers in Denver, Colorado

At Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC, our team of experienced trial attorneys has successfully represented employees in retaliatory discharge claims.  If you believe you have been terminated from your employment because you have blown the whistle or reported discrimination, we can assist you in understanding your legal rights and remedies.  Our lawyers believe that retaliation against a courageous employee that opposes workplace discrimination must be strongly opposed.

Vindicate Your Rights Against Employers that Unlawfully Retaliate

We have extensive experience in matters involving employees who have suffered retaliatory termination.  Retaliatory discharge because an employee reports unlawful employment conduct is morally and legally wrong.  We work with cutting-edge employment law experts in retaliation rights to assess the facts of your matter and to vigorously pursue your case.

Contact Our Retaliation in Employment Law Attorneys

Call 303-578-4400 or fill out our online form to contact our firm and discuss your case with our experienced employment attorneys.