EMPLOYMENT LAW – SEXIST REMARKS
Our client, age 63, worked for a medical practice as their office administrator for over ten years. She was fired after she filed a claim of sex discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She was having problems with her direct supervisor, who made constant sexist remarks to her. Before she was fired, the employer told her that they would support her. Instead, our client was fired shortly after presenting her claim to the EEOC. She hired our firm to pursue a retaliation claim against her former employer. She was concerned that because of her age, she would have difficulty finding a job with comparable pay. We filed a law suit against her former employer and obtained a resolution of over double the salary our client was earning at the medical office.