Chicago Employment Lawyer

by Lisa Kane on Nov. 11, 2016

Employment 

Summary: Lisa Kane & Associates represent employees in select employment law matters.

Lisa Kane & Associates represent employees in select employment law matters. For 20 years, the firm has exclusively represented employees and chooses not to represent employers. The firm provides detailed attention that each client deserves with constant communication to develop a strategy which will address their individual case needs while yielding excellent results in the client’s best interest. 

The firm assists employees who are experiencing discrimination and retaliation for having reported discrimination. Regardless if the discrimination is due to sex, race, age, religion, or national origin it is our goal to address your case with the care it deserves. 

Whether you are employed in a hostile work environment or have been subjected to unwelcome physical sexual contact, Lisa Kane & Associated will assist women and men that have been victims of sexual harassment in the work place. 

We have represented many African American employees who have been subjected to a hostile work environment as a result of their race.

We also assist employees who have been retailed against for exercising their rights under the Family And Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

Contact Lisa Kane & Associates today for a confidential and free consultation.

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