Federal Courts Split on Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace

As more appellate courts extend the protections of Title VII, the U.S. Supreme Court will not be able to ignore the issue much longer. Until then, LGBTQ employees in Colorado who feel they have been discriminated against on the basis of their sexual orientation will have a right of action only in Colorado state court.

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Experiencing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Sexual harassment remains pervasive in the American workplace.  This post focuses on a very brief analysis of sexual harassment in state and federal law, and thoughts about what to do if you experience sexual harassment in the workplace.

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We Are Here for You

If your employer or coworkers engage in the type of hateful and discriminatory behavior that has become normalized by the 2016 election, please consult with an attorney.  If your employer has failed or refused to pay your overtime or for all the hours that you have worked, please consult with an attorney.  It is important that you know your rights.

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2016 Employment Law Conference

The lawyers of Albrechta & Albrechta, LLC attended the Colorado Bar Association's two-day annual employment law conference in Denver in 2016.  Attending this conference allows our attorneys to stay up to date on recent developments and changes in employment law in Colorado so that they can be the most effective advocates for our clients struggling with work-related legal issues.  

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