At Ryan & Associates, APLC in San Diego, we analyze the facts surrounding complaints of employment discrimination and sexual harassment and advise employees about their legal options. In some cases, state or federal law will support your right to damages. If there is no legal basis for action against your employer, we'll give you that information as well.

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Contact us to learn about your best options if you have experienced unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment on the job. As an AV-Preeminent Rated* lawyer with over 30 years of trial experience, Greg Ryan has the litigation skills that can help make a difference in court.

There's another advantage that our clients derive from our practical experience with employment law issues — the ability to match your specific complaint with the tribunal best suited for your claims. Whether your case belongs in federal district court, California superior court or an administrative agency, we'll do everything possible to ensure that your case is filed in the forum that's most likely to recognize your rights and protect your interests.

Examples of the kinds of employment discrimination and harassment cases we handle include the following:

  • Age discrimination
  • Race discrimination
  • Sex discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Sexual harassment based on a hostile work environment
  • Harassment based on unwelcome sexual advances or demands
  • Same-sex sexual harassment

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For additional information about the scope of our employment law practice and our ability to advise you effectively in cases of discrimination or sexual harassment, discuss your case with a veteran attorney. Contact Ryan & Associates, APLC in San Diego.

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