Sexual Harassment & Social Media

If You Have Been Sexually Harassed On Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Or Any Other Social Network, We Will Help You

People who sexually harass others at work have new ways to do so with the power of online social networks. Social media has offered a new venue for people to send sexually offensive jokes, make unwanted sexual overtures, and send graphic and disturbing images. All of these behaviors can be classified as sexual harassment.

Sexual Harassment Often Occurs After Hours

Work-related sexual harassment may occur outside the workplace and outside of work hours. If someone at your work obtains your social media contact information and sends inappropriate and unwanted sexually explicit or other unsolicited materials to you, he or she may be violating your rights and your employer may be liable. This is especially true if a supervisor or someone else in a privileged position accesses and uses your information inappropriately.

Our Experience In Representing Women Who Have Been Victimized Is Unmatched In The Silicon Valley

This area of the law is extremely complex and new laws and policies emerge almost daily. At the the Navarette Law Firm, we have over 20 years of experience in employment law and have handled over 100 sexual harassment cases. Our extensive experience in sexual harassment cases is unmatched by any employment law firm in the Silicon Valley.

We Can Help You

If someone is harassing you using an online social network or any other online tool, contact us immediately. You do not have to endure working with someone who shows you no respect and does not listen to your demands to cease sexually harassing communication against you. If you are considering taking legal action as the result of sexual harassment you have suffered through social media, try to document the behavior and keep all evidence such as texts or emails. If you need help, we will fight for your rights, protect your job and advise you on how to best to deal with overcoming sexual harassment.

Enough is enough, and it's time for a change. Call toll free at 866-994-BEST (2378) or contact us via email to schedule a free consultation. No matter the complexity of your case, we have the expertise and resources to help you. Please note that with respect to sexual harassment cases, we only handle sexual harassment cases in which a woman has been the victim.