Practice Areas of the Genie Harrison Law Firm
The employment lawyers at the Genie Harrison Law Firm have years of experience representing clients in various types of employment and sexual harassment or abuse cases.
If you are harassed at work, discriminated or retaliated against, sexually harassed, assaulted, or raped at work or outside of work, we can help.
Take back your power. Contact us.
We are trial lawyers with decades of experience litigating cases for employees and victims of sexual harassment, sexual abuse or rape committed in the workplace or at school.
We are passionate, relentless employment lawyers who fight for employee rights. When an employer violates your rights, we level the playing field, and help you to take back your power.
What are your employee rights?
You have the right to equal treatment under the law, to be paid properly, to have meal and rest breaks, to take pregnancy or disability leave, to care for your family, and to have the opportunity to return to work. You have the right to have your disability or medical condition accommodated if that means you can then perform the functions of your job. You have the right not to be discriminated against or harassed because of who you are, and you have the right not to be retaliated against for pointing out violations of the law or for asserting your rights under the law.
We understand that your job is important to you and your family’s well being.
We are employment lawyers who understand how important your job is to you and to your family’s well being, so we do what it takes to help you. First, we work to save your job and resolve the dispute. When that’s not possible, we negotiate a severance agreement. When that cannot be accomplished, we file your case, fight for the evidence that proves your case at trial, then we show the jury how the employer broke the rules, betrayed you and how deeply you were harmed.
When people have been wronged or harmed, the attorneys at the Genie Harrison Law firm advocate on their behalf to see their issues resolved, and help them recover.
Genie Harrison has devoted her entire career to litigating employment and civil rights cases for her clients and providing real change that leads to improved working conditions for all employees. When possible, Ms. Harrison strives to bring institutional change which she has been fortunate to accomplish a number of times in her career. These types of changes, many which have been covered by national news organizations, make working conditions better for all employees, not just her direct clients.
Lead trial attorney Genie Harrison is recognized by opposing counsel and her peers as a passionate advocate on behalf of her clients. Ms. Harrison provides aggressive representation in every case she litigates. She regularly educates other lawyers in this complex and rapidly evolving specialized area of law, through her numerous speaking engagements and seminars.
Employees have rights. If you are employed in the state of California, have been wrongfully fired, the victim of job discrimination or harassment, you need a experienced employment lawyer who can help you understand your rights under California Labor and Employment Laws. Different areas of employment law demand different types of approaches which only an experienced lawyer can provide. Our Los Angeles based practice is focused on employment and civil rights law in California.
The attorneys at the Genie Harrison Law Form can respond immediately and aggressively after any violation of employee or civil rights.
Put the legal experience of the attorneys at the Genie Harrison Law Firm to work for you. Our law practice is devoted exclusively to plaintiff representation.
Call us at (213) 805-5301 to schedule an appointment, or fill out our contact form.
Our multilingual staff speaks, Spanish, Armenian, Arabic, Farsi and French.
The Genie Harrison Law Firm is Consistently Recognized by the California Legal Community as a Leading Plaintiff’s Law Firm in These Practice Areas:
- Wrongful Termination >
- Sexual Harassment >
- Sexual Assault or Rape >
Adult rape victims
Child sexual assault victims
Child rape victims
Title IX cases for student victims
- Discrimination of all types >
Gender or Sexual Orientation
Race or National Origin
- Disability Discrimination >
- Whistleblower Retaliation >
- Employment Law >
Failure to Accommodate
Failure to Engage in the Interactive Process
Hostile Work Environment
Protected Leaves of Absence
- Wage & Hour Violations >