New Orleans Employment Harassment Attorney

Phone: 504-322-1272

If possible, please call to consult Mr. Arruebarrena before quitting your job or taking action. He can advise you on the proper way of handling the situation and even help you draft a formal letter of protest.

Located in New Orleans, employment harassment lawyer James Arruebarrena has over a decade of experience handling sexual harassment and other types of harassment claims on behalf of employees.

Mr. Arruebarrena represents employees throughout Louisiana and has earned his reputation for excellence and his track record of success. He genuinely cares about his clients, and it shows through the quality of representation and the personal attention he gives each and every client. For information regarding why Mr. Arruebarrena is the right attorney for you, please visit our Firm Overview page.

What Is Employment Harassment?

Employee harassment can take many forms. Most of us are aware of sexual harassment, which is probably the most well known type of harassment. Harassment can also be a form of discrimination. Therefore, it is not surprising that there can be harassment based on the following:

  • Racial harassment - harassment based on a person's race
  • National origin harassment - harassment based on a person's nationality
  • Religious harassment - harassment based on a person's religion
  • Sexual harassment - harassment based on person's sex
  • Disability harassment - harassment based on a disability
  • Gender harassment - harassment based on gender

In addition, some courts have found harassment based on a person's gender, and harassment based on age. The types of harassment described here are examples of harassment, and are not intended to be all-inclusive. However, they are intended to demonstrate that employee harassment can encompass much more than just sexual harassment.

Contact an Experienced New Orleans Employment Harassment Lawyer

If you have been harassed in the workplace, or if you would like further information regarding Louisiana and federal laws prohibiting harassment, please schedule a confidential consultation by calling us at 504-322-1272 , e-mailing us , or filling out our employment law intake form on our Contact Us page. If your employer unlawfully made you suffer; let us help you make them pay.