Sexual harassment of any kind is never acceptable in the workplace and it is also unlawful.

Sexual harassment can be physical but can also included unwanted sexual advances, verbal comments as well as requests for sexual favors. The statute of limitations for a sexual harassment in Massachusetts is 3 years. This means that a personal filing suit in federal or state court must file suit within 3 years of the incident.

All claims must be brought be brought before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) within 300 days of the last alleged incident. These are important deadlines to remember and the team at Swartz and Swartz can guide you every step of the way.

Arrange a confidential consultation with one of our sexual harassment litigators so that we can begin to work on your case immediately. 

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If you have been adversely affected due to an incident involving sexual harassment, please contact us. We are here to answer your questions and discuss how you can protect your legal rights. To arrange a confidential appointment with one of the sexual harassment litigators in our Boston office please call us at (617) 742-1900.

Laura Daly Bio

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Ms. Daly’s practice includes personal injury, premises liability, products liability and sexual assault. She previously worked for a well-known insurance defense firm and brings a unique perspective to Swartz & Swartz regarding the inner workings of the insurance industry.



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