Evaluate the retaliation claim: Braun Legal will assess the particular circumstances of an alleged retaliation to determine whether or not it meets the legal criteria for a claim.
Documentary evidence: Braun Legal can advise you in collecting and documenting evidence of a retaliation, such as emails, witness statements, performance evaluations, or other relevant materials.
File administrative complaints: If applicable, Braun Legal can help you file a complaint with the appropriate government agency, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), to initiate the administrative process.
Negotiate with the employer: Braun Legal can engage in negotiations with the employer to obtain a resolution for retaliation, such as reinstatement, back pay, or other appropriate compensation.
Represent the employee in legal proceedings: If a matter remains unresolved through informal channels, Braun Legal can represent you in legal proceedings to obtain proper resolution.
Causal connection: Braun Legal can determine whether there exists a causal connection between the protected activity and the adverse employment action taken by the employer in retaliation for that activity.
Protect against further retaliation: Braun Legal may be able to help prevent further retaliation by an employer during the legal process.
Pursue damages and compensation: When retaliation occurs, Braun Legal can help you obtain damages for the harm you have experienced. Such damages could include lost wages, future pay, emotional distress, and punitive damages where applicable.