Discrimination and Harassment

Federal, State, and local laws make it illegal for employers to mistreat their employees based on

  • race
  • color
  • national origin
  • gender and sex harassment
  • religion
  • age
  • disability
  • sexual orientation and
  • other protected reasons.

Employers are prohibited from discriminating against employees (which includes harassment or retaliation) or  permitting others to discriminate, harass, and/or retaliate against its employees based on these categories.

The attorneys at Robin Potter & Associates have extensive experience representing employees who have faced unlawful discrimination and harassment – whether it be in the courts or through administrative agencies like the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Illinois Department of Human Rights.

Contact us if you need assistance with these difficult issues.