Detroit Federal Employee Retaliation Lawyer
At Akeel & Valentine, PLC, we believe that doing the right thing should yield positive results, not negative consequences. Reporting discrimination or sexual harassment should be handled delicately and discreetly by your employer. Uncovering illegal activities should be met with follow-up and investigations. You expect results within the law, not retaliatory acts that follow you reporting:
- Age discrimination
- Race discrimination
- Gender discrimination
- National origin discrimination
- Religious discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- Sexual harassment
Akeel & Valentine, PLC, fights on behalf of discharged federal employees in Michigan from our offices in Dearborn and Troy. Call 248-918-4542 for a consultation.
Retaliation By Your Employer Is Illegal
Retaliation is illegal and a violation of your federal employee rights. It also discourages other employees from making reports in the future.
At Akeel & Valentine, PLC, we pursue justice and protect the rights of Metro Detroit workers. We provide big-firm results with small-firm service that focuses specifically on your legal issues. Our lawyers are committed to pursuing justice and holding your federal employer accountable for retaliation that includes:
- Demotion or denial of a promotion
- Unwarranted transfer
- Increased workload
- Additional and unwanted duties
- Wrongful termination
Whistleblowers and victims of hostile and sexually charged work environments need help in evening the odds they face. Your federal employer is required to treat you the same as it did before you reported wrongdoing. When its actions are not just professional, but also illegal, you need to take immediate action with one telephone call to our law firm.
Contact Us For A consultation.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment at one of our office locations. A knowledgeable Michigan employer retaliation attorney at our firm can evaluate your case and determine if we have grounds upon which to proceed with your federal retaliation claim.