Sexual Harassment Attorney

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Sexual Harassment can come in the form what is commonly referred to as a hostile work environment or when Employment is conditioned upon being subject to sexual advances which is typically referred to as quid pro quo sexual harassment.

This type of harassment can involve: a sexual proposition, nonconsensual touching, sexual assault, remarks, gesture or jokes of a sexual nature or based on sexual orientation, attempts to trade job advancement in exchange for sex, pornographic material in the workplace and many others.

This can also take the form or what is referred to “Quid pro quo” sexual harassment. This occurs when an employee is propositioned or employment in conditioned upon engaging in sexual acts.

Employees who are faced with this type of harassment can experience devastating repercussions both professionally and emotionally.

At Ray and Seyb LLP, we make it our mission to represent those who have been treated unlawfully due to their age by fighting for every right they so truly deserve. We cannot change what has happened to our client, but we can hold those who have acted unlawfully accountable.

Call us today at (949) 423-6552 so we can discuss your case and see how we can help you. We represent employees throughout Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

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The workplace sexual harassment attorneys at Rey & Seyb Employment Law will fight for your right to a workplace free from unwanted and offensive sexual harassment. We do not accept payment unless we reach a settlement on your behalf.

We understand that unwanted sexual harassment in the workplace can jeopardize your emotional and mental well-being and we are here to help. Contact us to schedule your free consultation with a sexual harassment lawyer. 


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Start taking action and let us help you with  your claim:

  • Stop From Being Discriminated
  • Get What Is Owed To You
  • No More Harassment
  • Fight Back

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You will not pay any attorney fees until we win your case. We work on a contingency fee basis which means there are no upfront lawyer fees.

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Employment Law Attorney Charles "C.J." Ray, Esq.

Mr. Ray began his career working for a Plaintiff's Employment Litigation Firm based in Los Angeles. After passing the Bar, he continued with that firm for a period of two and a half years litigating and representing various clients on issues of wrongful termination, harassment and retaliation, among many others. Wanting to work closer to home, Mr. Ray left the Los Angeles based firm and opened up his own office located in Newport Beach. In expanding to cover his growing list of clients, Mr. Ray partnered up with long-time friend and fellow attorney Spencer Seyb to open what is now Ray & Seyb LLP.

As a California Employment Lawyers Association and Orange County Bar Association employment section member, Mr. Ray is well versed in many issues that Clients will encounter while on the job. His approach takes all factors into account while still getting the results that each valued client clearly deserves.

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What Is Considered Sexual Harassment in the Workplace in California?

You may be a victim of workplace sexual harassment if you were:

  • Subjected to unwanted sexual advances.
  • Subjected to unwanted requests for sexual favors.
  • Subjected to unwanted physical contact of a sexual nature.
  • Subjected to unwanted verbal or visual conduct of a sexual nature.
  • Subjected to unwanted or offensive sexual comments.

Under California state law, unwelcome verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature includes but is not limited to the deliberate, repeated making of unsolicited gestures or comments of a sexual nature, and/or the deliberate and repeated display of offensive sexually graphic materials which is not necessary for business purposes. Suing for sexual harassment in California typically requires the assistance of an experienced employment attorney.

Sexual harassment can violate the law if the conduct is objectively hostile or abusive. If you or someone you know is or was subject to a sexually hostile work environment while an employee, then it is important that you speak to an experienced employment attorney as soon as possible.

The time to file a sexual harassment lawsuit is very short, and it is important to make sure that you do not lose your right to file a sexual harassment lawsuit because you waited too long. The best course of action is to speak to a lawyer as soon as possible.

Contact us, your sexual harassment attorney, to find out if based on your evidence you have a case for FREE.

Have you been discriminated against?

Discrimination is the prejudicial or unfair treatment of groups or people based on characteristics such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation, income, weight, or disability. For some this happens every day and for others, it may only be a one time instance. No one should be discriminated against and we are here to help.

First, make sure that you document everything. Emails, interactions, phone conversations, anything that you feel is discriminatory and will help your case.

There are two types of evidence:

Direct evidence of Discrimination can be in the form of verbal comments, statements, written letters, memos, or notes. This evidence usually provides the best information to help you win your case.

Circumstantial Evidence of Discrimination relies on an inference to connect it to a conclusion of fact. This evidence may be harder to gather but is still important in your case.

Contact us, your sexual harassment attorney, to find out if based on your evidence you have a case for FREE.

How Much Time Do I Have to File a Sexual Harassment Claim?

Before January 1, 2020, the time limitation for an employee or a former employee to bring a claim for sexual harassment under California law was one year.

in October 2019 AB 9 was signed into law. This allows more time for employees alleging sexual harassment in the workplace to process the incidents before filing a claim, and AB 9 extended the time limitation to file a lawsuit from 1 year to 3 years.

It is unclear whether AB9 applies retroactively to incidents of harassment prior to January 1, 2020.

Know Your Rights!

Find where your rights of employees are and read them carefully. It should outline your responsibilities as an employee if you have to file a claim. You may have a limited amount to file a claim or report it to management before taking legal action. If the rights are not displayed and refuse to do so it is a violation that needs to be reported to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

If you have had an incident you can also contact us, your sexual harassment attorneys, to help you understand your rights to establish if you have a case.

How much does it cost to hire a Sexual Harassment Lawyer Near Me?

Our discrimination attorney’s only get paid if we win your case. There are no upfront or hidden fees. Our retainer agreement is based on a contingency fee basis which means we only get paid if we are successful at winning you compensation.

Prepare to Fight Against Sexual Harassment!

Speaking up is the first step to creating change. Some people fear the consequences of speaking up and how it may change their life. Speaking up may cause pressure on you but it is the right thing to do.

Being prepared for the fight can help you get a lot more back than what you have lost. For example, if you are fired because of discrimination you could get your job back as well as additional compensation and lost earnings. You could also change the workplace culture and help out other coworkers speak up who may have been intimidated.

We are on your side and here to help you fight against discrimination. Maximize your chances of getting results and speak with a sexual harassment attorney as soon as possible.

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