Representative Cases
State of Hawaii v. Robert Sexual Assault JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Medeiros Terroristic Threatening JURY ACQUITTAL
State of Hawaii v. Hildebrand Sexual Assault Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Esau Murder Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Byrd Possession or use of Firearm In Commission of A Felony Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Wandle Robbery Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Daoang Abuse of Household Member Jury Acquittal
State of Hawaii v. Lawrence DUI Jury Acquittal
United States v. Marino, Jr. Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substance Jury Acquittal
Neilsen v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Arquero v. Hilton Hawaiian Village
State v. Klie
Koji Uema v. Nippon Express Hawaii, Inc.
C & W Asset Acquisition, LLC v. Jorama Domogma Feagins
Ross Kawamoto v. Associated Indemnity Corporation et. al.

Honolulu Sexual Harassment Attorney

Hawaii Sexual Harassment Lawyer

Sexual harassment and sex discrimination in the workplace are illegal and should not be tolerated. An employee who experiences these types of actions is often left wondering what he or she can do to right the situation. If you are an individual who has been discriminated against because of sex or gender, or have been the victim of sexual harassment, an experienced employment law attorney at the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower in Honolulu, Hawaii can help.

At our office, founding attorney Scot Stuart Brower has over two decades of experience handling a range of employment law issues on behalf of employees, including sexual harassment and sex and gender discrimination. He is well versed in the state and federal laws that govern these types of actions and can work to see that your rights are preserved. Contact our offices today to learn more about how we address sexual harassment and discrimination issues during a free consultation.

One major aspect of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 specifically provides protections against sex discrimination in the workplace: Title VII. According to this section of the act, it is illegal for an employer to fail to hire, discriminate against, terminate or refuse to hire any individual due to his or her sex. Terms of employment (such as compensation or benefits) cannot be based on sex, as this would constitute a violation of Title VII. Employees may also not be segregated, limited or classified by their sex or gender.

Though the terms “sex” and “gender” are often used interchangeably, there are marked differences for legal purposes. “Sex” refers an individual’s biological characteristics as male or female, while “gender” refers characteristics of an individual that are typically associated with males or females. Harassment or discrimination based upon either sex or gender is illegal and should not be tolerated.

Contact a Sex Discrimination Lawyer in Honolulu

You do not have to tolerate sex discrimination, gender discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace. To schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced sexual harassment and discrimination attorney, please contact us online or call our office at 808-522-0053.