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We are committed to addressing the serious issue of sexual harassment in the workplace, an area where California law provides substantial protections for employees. Sexual harassment encompasses a range of unwelcome behaviors, including unwanted sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature that creates a hostile or offensive work environment. California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) offers broad protections against sexual harassment, applying to employers of all sizes and covering both direct employees and independent contractors.

In California, the law recognizes two primary types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo, where employment decisions are based on submission to or rejection of unwanted sexual conduct, and hostile work environment, where the conduct creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment. Our team at Cadry Law has been incredibly successful in handling sexual harassment cases, providing compassionate and confidential support to victims while aggressively pursuing justice on their behalf.

Our approach involves a detailed investigation into the allegations, gathering evidence, and building a strong legal case. We understand the sensitivity and complexity of sexual harassment claims and strive to ensure that our clients feel heard and supported throughout the legal process. California law not only allows victims of sexual harassment to seek damages for emotional distress and other psychological injuries but also mandates employers to prevent and address such behavior in the workplace.

If you are experiencing sexual harassment at work, Cadry Law Group is here to help. We offer confidential consultations to discuss your situation and explore your legal options under California law. Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to providing effective representation, ensuring your rights are protected and working towards a resolution that acknowledges the seriousness of your experience. Contact us now for a free confidential consultation.

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