New Orleans Employment Law Attorney
Have You Been The Victim of Discrimination in The Workplace?
Advocating for Employees in New Orleans since 1977
Facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace can be one of the most difficult obstacles professionals experience in their careers. Trial lawyer Glenn C. McGovern is dedicated to helping employees obtain a full recovery through aggressively holding at-fault employers accountable.
These are the top employment discrimination areas we work in:
- Gender Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Racial Discrimination
- Retaliation for filing discrimination claims
- Retaliation for filing Whistleblower claims
Located in the New Orleans area, our law firm has successfully handled a wide range of employment discrimination lawsuits since 1977. We have litigated several precedent-setting employment law issues, which ultimately changed civil rights law in Louisiana.
Our law firm has also successfully challenged employee arbitration agreements. Contact our law firm today at 800-721-3992 to schedule a consultation with an experienced employment law attorney.
News Articles By Glenn McGovern
Glenn McGovern Speaks to the Texas Employment Lawyers Association In San Antonio, Texas on New Jury Trial Techniques and Focus Groups”
“Glenn McGovern is a leading EEOC attorney” – An article By Rob Tencer
“Ron Paul is against the 1964 Federal Civil Rights Act and for Allowing Racial Discrimination by Business Owners” – An article By Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney
“Three Major Landmark Decisions Regarding Employment Law Issued” – An article by Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney Metairie, LA
“New Whistleblowing Laws and Developments Expand Protections For Louisiana Whistleblowers” – An article By Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney Metairie, LA
“U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employees –“any complaint” includes An Oral Complaint Is Sufficient to be Protective Activity” – An article by Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney at Law, Metairie, LA
“Employment Retaliation Claims in Louisiana” – An article by Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney at Law, Metairie, LA
“TOP TEN WAYS TO LOSE AN EMPLOYMENT CASE” – An article by Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney at Law, Metairie, LA
“5th Circuit Rules For the First Time Title VII Can be Extended for a Hostile Work Environment Based on Age and Clarifies What Constitutes Severe or Serious Harassment” – An article by Glenn C. McGovern, Attorney at Law, Metairie, LA
Seeing Justice in Employment Law
Our founding attorney, Glenn C. McGovern, has achieved a record of success employment law. One notable case involved a record structured-settlement award in a racial discrimination case involving an African-American employee. The employee suffered three nervous breakdowns due to outrageous conduct of employees and a defective human resources department that took no action. Our employment law firm has also handled claims, involving:
- Sexual harassment
- Age discrimination
- Whistleblower claims
- Hostile work environment claims
- Gender and pregnancy discrimination
- Retaliation for filing discrimination claims with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Mr. McGovern has been selected for inclusion in 2009 and 2010 Super Lawyers. He has earned an AV-rating under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system.* He continues to fight employment discrimination on behalf of his clients in each case he takes on.
Contact Us About Your Employment Law Concerns
If you have been discriminated against at work, legal action can help you hold your employer accountable. It may even prevent future harm to others. To find out about your legal options, contact the law firm of Glenn C. McGovern by e-mail or call us at 800-721-3992. Initial consultations are free and confidential.
*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties, Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories—legal ability and general ethical standards.