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Sexual Harassment and Pornography In The Workplace

Sensitive legal cases require an experienced Salt Lake City harassment attorney

Did someone at work show you pornographic images? Was it a co-worker? Your supervisor? Whoever it was, you know what they did was wrong. It was also against the law and a blatant example of sexual harassment. That’s why it’s important to talk with a sexual harassment attorney as soon as possible to learn more about your legal rights.

At the Andrus Law Firm in Salt Lake City, we can discuss with you the best approach for handling this type of complex case. We know the state and federal laws that apply to such complicated legal cases. We understand how the legal system works in Utah.

Understanding your rights in Utah

Cases involving fellow employees showing your explicit or inappropriate content in the workplace can be very complicated legal cases. Reasons why include:

  • The employee who showed you the content might later deny doing so.
  • The employee who showed you the content might claim it’s not offensive.
  • The employee might try to claim you were the one who shared the content.
  • You might be afraid to report such an incident out of fear of retribution.
  • The employee who showed you content might have threatened you to not tell anyone.
  • The employee described in detail an offensive image, but later denies doing so.

We understand the sensitive nature of these cases. That’s why we want to meet with you privately to discuss the legal options available to you.

Talk privately with a Utah harassment lawyer who takes your case seriously

Pornography has no place in the workplace. If a fellow employee – especially a supervisor – showed you pornographic images at work, that person broke the law and must be held accountable for their actions. They also created a hostile work environment.

Your office should be a safe, welcoming place for you to work. When someone violates state and federal laws – as well as the normal boundaries of common decency – that person must be held responsible. Your employer may be to blame, as well, if they were aware of such behavior but chose to do nothing about it.

Put your trust in a sexual harassment attorney who puts your needs first. Contact our Salt Lake City law firm and schedule your free consultation today. Everything you discuss with us will remain confidential. We promise.

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