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Chicago Retaliation Lawyers

Defending Clients in the Chicago Area Against Acts of Retaliation in the Workplace

It is illegal to fire an employee for complaining about a protected activity. Title VII (and many other laws) prohibit employers from discriminating as well as retaliating against employees who engage in protected activities, such as reporting or opposing unlawful employer behavior. Henson v. Canon Bus. Sols., Inc., 69 F. Supp. 3d 730, 737 (N.D. Ill. 2014).

Fish Potter Bolaños, P.C. has extensive experience representing clients who experience employer retaliation as a result of filing a number of different employment law claims.

Common suits we handle involve:

Our workplace retaliation attorneys are here to help! Schedule your initial case review by calling us at (312) 818-2407 or fill out our online form today

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