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Can Your Sexual Orientation Affect Your Employment?

Your sexual orientation should not affect your employment, but for some Washington, D.C., employees, it can lead to issues with employers and future career opportunities. At Bernabei & Kabat, PLLC, we recognize how unfair it is to suffer from this type of employment discrimination, and we can help.

Our lawyers have decades of combined experience fighting for justice and the civil rights of various types of employees, garnering national attention and recognition of our success. Our knowledge of the law and experience in these cases allows us to take quick and effective action on your behalf. We are ready to confront illegal practices in the workplace and fight back against any type of sexual orientation discrimination or gender-based mistreatment.

Are You A Victim?

Sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace includes any type of negative treatment on the basis of a person’s sexual orientation or the orientation of a family member. The federal, state and local laws regarding this specific type of discrimination are complex, and while you may feel like there is nothing you can do, we can help.

If you feel like you were pushed out of your job, passed over for a promotion or experienced verbal harassment because of your sexual orientation or perceived orientation, we can help. Our attorneys can advise you on the most appropriate way to proceed, whether you want to report your employer discreetly to avoid retaliatory treatment or you believe it is necessary to take legal action.

You Can Start Today

You do not have to wait for a major event or single significant instance of sexual orientation discrimination to take action. Your job and ability to work are important, and we can take steps today to protect your interests. By calling 202-644-9935 or contacting us here, you can understand the legal options available to you as a victim. We also serve Virginia and Maryland, and we take cases from across the country.