Sexual Misconduct in the Workplace

Blogs from March, 2023

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Recent news stories have brought to light several cases of sexual misconduct in workplaces across the country, highlighting the need for employers to be vigilant in their hiring practices and to take swift action when allegations of sexual harassment or assault arise. Unfortunately, not all employers live up to these expectations, and some may even knowingly employ individuals with a history of sexual misconduct.

One recent case in Omaha, Nebraska, involves a real estate firm that allegedly employed a sexual predator despite multiple complaints and lawsuits filed against him. The firm, which is not named in the article, is accused of ignoring warning signs and failing to adequately investigate the allegations against the employee, who reportedly continued to engage in inappropriate behavior while on the job.

The victims, in this case, were able to seek justice through legal action, and Carlson & Blakeman, LLP was there to help. Attorney Clete Blakeman was hired to represent these victims. He has represented numerous clients in cases involving sexual harassment, assault, and other forms of misconduct, and our firm has a deep understanding of the complex legal issues involved in these cases.

If you have been the victim of sexual misconduct in the workplace, it is important to know that you have legal rights and options. Our firm can help you explore those options and determine the best course of action for your particular situation. Our team will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve.

If you are a victim of sexual harassment who needs legal representation, contact Carlson & Blakeman, LLP today by calling (402) 858-0996. Our experienced attorneys are here to help you ensure that justice is served.

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