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The Harman Firm, P.C.
Attorneys and Counselors At Law
The best way to prove that you've been a victim of sexual orientation discrimination is to file a written, formal complaint with your employer specifically detailing why it is that you believe you are the victim of sexual orientation discrimination. You should also keep a log or a journal of the instances in which you believe you've been the victim of sexual orientation discrimination. Sexual orientation discrimination, like gender discrimination, can be very subtle. It's often the scenario of taking advantage of the perceived weak employee. I found it can take very, very subtle forms over long periods of time. I recommend to employees to write everything down. Every instance. The dates, the times, exactly what happened to them so that if you do need to file a lawsuit, that you have all of that documentation available to provide to your attorney. My name is Walker Harmon. I'm the Managing Attorney of The Harmon Group. If you believe you've been the victim of illegal employment discrimination, we are eager to speak with you. Please give us a call.