Employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation


The pursuit of justice for our clients.

Washington State recognizes more than a dozen protected classes. They include age, disability, race, religion, gender, military status, marital status, and sexual orientation. The attorneys at Rocke Law Group have litigated many employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases.


The pursuit of justice for our clients.

Washington State recognizes more than a dozen protected classes. They include age, disability, race, religion, gender, military status, marital status, and sexual orientation. The attorneys at Rocke Law Group have litigated many employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases.


Under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, employees have the right to work in an environment free from discriminatory intimidation, ridicule and insult based on sex, pregnancy, race, color, religion or national origin.

Washington State recognizes more than a dozen protected classes. They include age, disability, race, religion, gender, military status, marital status, and sexual orientation. Unlawful discrimination based on any of these characteristics is, and should be, prohibited in the workplace. The same goes for harassment and retaliation. Behavior constitutes unlawful workplace harassment when enduring the offensive conduct becomes a condition of continued employment or the conduct is severe or pervasive enough to create a work environment that a reasonable person would consider intimidating, hostile, or abusive. It can be unwelcome conduct based on the targeted individual’s membership in a protected class or any conduct identified in company policy or employee handbook as unacceptable.

Uncovering the motive for employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation requires diligence and persistence. Our attorneys at Rocke Law Group have litigated many employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases. The Washington Law Against Discrimination is one of the toughest anti-discrimination laws in the nation. Our state’s Human Rights Commission was created to echo the function of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) with attention to local concerns. Through our highly successful history of litigating employment discrimination, harassment, and retaliation cases, we have developed a reputation for a tough pursuit of justice for our clients.

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