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Employment Law

Lakewood Employment Attorney Evan S. Lipstein

Professional and Experienced Legal Service for Employees Suffering from Sexual Harassment and Employment Discrimination.

There are many different state and federal laws that govern an employer's actions with regard to its employees. Some of these laws govern discrimination or harassment in the workplace. Others, such as the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) can require employers to give time off if you or a member of your family are sick. Employers cannot retaliate or terminate you for taking advantage of the protections afforded by state and federal law. If you have been the victim of sexual harassment, discrimination on the basis of age, sex, color, or religious affiliation, or have been wrongfully terminated for reporting a violation or taking advantage of legal protections afforded to workers, you may have legal options. You may also be able to recover back pay and future earnings, get your job back or exact other damages from an offending employer.

Contact the Law Offices of Evan S. Lipstein, P.C. today if you strongly believe you have suffered from employment discrimination, non-payment of wages or overtime, sexual harassment, or retaliation. Sexual harassment attorney Evan S. Lipstein has over 30 years of experience handling litigation in a wide variety of employment-related cases:

  • Non-compete agreement disputes
  • Sexual harassment
  • Minimum wage and overtime
  • Whistleblower retaliation
  • Discrimination

Colorado is an "Employment at Will" State

It is important to keep in mind is that Colorado is an "employment at will" state, meaning that, for most jobs, the employee can leave whenever he or she wishes, and the employer can fire his employees whenever he wishes.

This means that no reason is necessary for an employer to fire an employee. If you were fired because your employer simply didn't like you, then there's little to be done. However, if you were fired, treated unfairly, or harassed, because of your gender, disability, age, race, religion, ethnic group, or sexual orientation, then you may have a case.

To establish that the discrimination actually took place, however, and to prove it in a court of law, is another matter entirely. It takes a skilled and experienced attorney to find the evidence and create the arguments that are necessary to prove your case.

To set up an appointment with a skilled, experienced employment discrimination attorney, contact the Law Offices of Evan S. Lipstein, P.C., today.

Located in Lakewood, Colorado, employment attorney Evan S. Lipstein offers experienced legal representation for employees who have suffered employment discrimination or who have been unfairly treated by their employers in the Denver Metro Area and Front Range of Colorado, including the cities of Westminster, Denver, Arvada, Wheat Ridge, Golden, Littleton, Idaho Springs, and Aurora.

Jefferson County, Arapahoe County, Denver County, Clear Creek County, Broomfield County, Adams County, and Gilpin County.

Law Offices of Evan S. Lipstein, PC, 12600 W. Colfax Ave., Suite C-400, Lakewood, CO 80215.  Phone: 303-232-5151, Fax: 303-232-5161.