Indiana Workplace Discrimination Lawyer
At the office of Stephanie Jane Hahn, Attorney at Law, we bring more than 15 years of experience to clients with employment law concerns. We handle a wide range of work-based claims, from discrimination and harassment to wrongful termination or violation of state and federal worker protection laws. Our firm has represented unionized and non-unionized employees in both the public and private sectors. We do more than just litigate your case — we can help you obtain both economic and noneconomic goals, perhaps avoiding litigation altogether.
Indianapolis employment law attorney, S.J. Hahn has represented clients throughout Indiana, from Evansville to Fort Wayne, from New Albany to Merrillville, including teachers, factory workers, doctors, other lawyers and other employees from various service and manufacturing areas. She has successfully argued claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Indiana state courts, federal courts in both the Northern District and Southern District of Indiana, and the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit located in Chicago, Illinois. Our founding attorney, Stephanie Jane Hahn, is honored to hold the position of Chair Elect for the Indiana State Bar Association's Employment and Labor Council. In addition to her role as Chair Elect, attorney Hahn has acted as Secretary and Treasurer during her time with the Executive Board. For a private meeting, Contact our office via e-mail or call us at 317-569-2323.
We focus our representation on the needs of employees, handling claims involving:
- Discrimination: We handle all types of claims based on unequal treatment or impact, including claims based on age, gender, race, color, national origin, religion, disability or pregnancy. We also protect the rights of workers who have been subjected to sexual harassment, including the creation of a hostile environment based on sex by co-workers or managers. Additionally, we represent workers who have been discriminated against or treated unfairly for their use of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
- Retaliation: We represent workers who have had an adverse action taken against them for engaging in protected activities. These activities include complaining internally or externally about discrimination against themselves or others, reporting employer misconduct, filing workers' compensation claims or filing lawsuits under state or federal worker protection laws. In many instances, we have represented clients who were wrongfully terminated.
- Other employment law matters: We protect the rights of employees in wage and hour claims, civil rights actions under various federal and state statutes, and employment contract disputes.
Stephanie Jane Hahn, Attorney at Law, a Statewide Practice
If you have questions regarding employment law or discrimination, contact Stephanie Jane Hahn, Attorney at Law, to schedule a consultation.