Strong Representation For Sexual Harassment Cases

Tobin & Muñoz, LLC, a Chicago firm with more than 30 years of experience, is led by founding partner Craig D. Tobin. He is repeatedly included in the Best Lawyers in America, and has been awarded for his inclusion for 10 consecutive years.

Peers also have voted for his inclusion in Leading American Attorneys and the Law Bulletin Publishing Company's Leading Lawyers. U.S. News & World Report also included the firm in its annual ranking of "Best Law Firms."

In sexual harassment claims, the firm has successfully represented both defendants and plaintiffs.

Case Examples:

  • Mejia v. Dominick, et al., successfully defended an elected official and management employees accused of sexually harassing the plaintiff, an intern. The plaintiff abandoned her lawsuit resulting in its dismissal with prejudice. Evidence was developed showing plaintiff praised the accused supervisor's workplace conduct and that she even expressed gratitude for the overwhelmingly positive experiences working for him.
  • Torretto v. I.B. Diffusion, L.P., obtained a not guilty judgment for a company and its president against Title VII sexual harassment claims alleging damages in the tens of millions of dollars for a hostile environment, sexual assaults and other allegations in the United States District Court. The case involved the use of cutting edge technology and numerous experts including psychiatrist, psychologist, human resource experts and experts in the field of audio enhancements. The expert in the field of audio enhancement computerized a recorded statement between the Plaintiff and the Defendant which was initially inaudible but upon being enhanced helped demonstrate weakness of Plaintiff's claims when used on cross examination with a strike system that was invented to assist confronting Plaintiff with prior admission she had made by placing them on a large screen. The not guilty under the facts and circumstances was the subject of numerous articles and periodicals discussing the result as well as the technology that was used.

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Tobin & Muñoz, LLC, successfully defended an elected official and management employees accused of sexually harassing the plaintiff, an intern. The plaintiff abandoned her lawsuit and the court dismissed it with prejudice. The firm found evidence that showed the plaintiff praised the accused supervisor's workplace conduct and expressed gratitude for the overwhelmingly positive experiences working for him.

The firm obtained a not guilty judgment for a company and its president against Title VII sexual harassment claims. The alleged damages were in the tens of millions of dollars for a hostile environment, sexual assaults and other allegations in United States District Court. The evidenced presented by the firm's attorneys included a computerized recorded statement between the plaintiff and the defendant, which was initially inaudible before it was enhanced. The not guilty judgment was the subject of several articles and periodicals discussing the technology used.

The Lawyers Others Attorneys Refer

The trial experience of Tobin & Muñoz, LLC, has helped hundreds of clients obtain the justice they deserve after allegations of offensive comments or physical conduct, sexism and unwanted sexual advances. The firm is extremely well-respected among other attorneys nationwide.

Attorneys at Tobin & Muñoz, LLC, with an AV Preeminent rating* from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest available. Super Lawyers, a rating service for outstanding attorneys, also selects our lawyers for inclusion.

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