Sexual Harassment & Employment Discrimination

Le & Tran provides comprehensive guidance to clients in the intricate and ever-changing field of labor and employment law, both domestically and internationally. Our extensive client base spans diverse industries, including technology, insurance, agriculture, natural resources, hospitality, manufacturing, healthcare, and more.

Our labor and employment attorneys offer strategic advice to management on effective procedures for handling day-to-day employment issues and ensuring compliance with Vietnamese and international laws. What sets Le & Tran apart is our attorneys’ ability to seamlessly integrate with our clients’ management and human resources teams, providing valuable advice, training, and assistance to help them mitigate liabilities.

At Le & Tran, we prioritize close communication with our clients, considering the on-ground situation and the ultimate business objectives of the organization. We offer a range of services, including the development of workplace policies and handbooks, guidance on management-employee communications, and a thorough review of human resources procedures and dossiers to ensure regulatory compliance.

Despite clients’ best prevention efforts, employee lawsuits and complaints are sometimes unavoidable. These may involve sexual harassment claims or forms of discrimination prohibited by law. Recognizing the potential impact on a company’s reputation and bottom line, Le & Tran has a successful track record in resolving such matters equitably and efficiently, with minimal public exposure.

Le & Tran’s labor and employment attorneys have over a decade of effectively representing clients in a variety of employment claims in administrative proceedings, trial and appeals courts, and arbitral forums.

Specifically, Le & Tran has extensive experience related to:

  • All forms of discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment;
  • Protection of trade secrets and confidential information;
  • Enforcement of non-competition, non-solicitation, non-disclosure, and other employment-related agreements;
  • Government inspections and investigations;
  • Issues surrounding trade unions and worker strikes or walk-outs;
  • Discipline and termination of employees;
  • Workplace safety issues.