Mansell Law LLC

Our team handles all types of cases related to Employment Law and Employee Rights from wrongful termination to sexual harassment and everything in between. We take an aggressive approach to get you what you deserve. Contact us for a FREE Consult.

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At Mansell Law, we understand the hardship and humiliation that results from unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, and wrongful termination. We also know that, as an individual, you feel outnumbered and that the odds are stacked against you. Partner up with us and even the playing field. We take an aggressive approach to end the unlawful actions and get you what you deserve.

We can guarantee that you will get high quality, attentive legal representation. The legal process can be complex and we are here to make sure you understand your rights and that those rights are enforced. Let us be your resource for employment law representation and representation for employee benefits under ERISA. Don
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1457 S. High St
Columbus  OH  43207

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  • (614) 610-4134
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Employment
Our team handles all types of cases related to Employment Law and Employee Rights from wrongful termination to sexual harassment and everything in between. We take an aggressive approach to get you what you deserve. Contact us for a FREE Consult.
At Mansell Law we take a client centered approach to defend employees’ rights. We make sure our clients understand the employment law process and keep them informed at every turn. We are dedicated to representing employees because we love what we do – getting you what you deserve. We put our knowledge and experience in employment law and denial of employee and ERISA benefits to work for you.

What sets us apart from the rest?

Often times individuals find themselves seeking an attorney for the first time when they are abruptly terminated or have their disability benefits denied. Clients need the right answers and advice quickly. Our passion for what we do and our wide knowledge base of employment laws allows us to provide you with the right advice at the time you need it most. Perhaps most importantly, we listen to what our client wants and needs to protect their rights and provide for themselves and their family. We truly view our attorney-client relationship as a team and do everything possible to get our clients what they deserve.

Employment Law is our Passion.

We believe the laws protecting the individual are some of the most important. These laws have been enacted so that our Country remains a cut above the rest. We have the right to be treated equal regardless of our age, race, medical status, gender or other factor outside of our control. Although our clients are often individuals, they are standing up for the rights of the masses. We are passionate about enforcing the laws that are in place to protect you.

Who we Represent.

Mansell Law is centrally located in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to being a Columbus Employment Lawyer, Mansell Law also serves the following areas, Dayton, Cincinnati, Athens, Marion, Toledo, Zanesville, and Cleveland. It is important to have an experienced wrongful termination attorney that understands the complex issues surrounding employment law. With most filings and appearances done electronically or by phone, Mansell Law is your employment and long-term disability benefits attorney for representation throughout the state.

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Sexual Harassment
Greg Mansell has successfully tried and obtained verdicts in sexual harassment matters.
Harassment

Unlawful harassment is a type of discrimination made unlawful by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other federal authority.

Unwelcome verbal or physical actions based on race, color, religion, sex (whether or not of a sexual nature and including same-gender harassment and gender identity harassment), national origin, age (40 and over), disability (mental or physical), or retaliation (collectively referred to as “legally protected classes”) constitutes harassment when:

The conduct is sufficiently severe or pervasive to create a hostile work environment; or
A supervisor’s harassing conduct results in a tangible change in an employee’s employment status or benefits (for example, demotion, termination, failure to promote, etc.).
For more information on Harassment, contact a Columbus Harassment employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Hostile Work Environment

Hostile work environment harassment occurs when unwelcome comments or conduct based on sex, race or other legally protected characteristics unreasonably interferes with an employee’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. Anyone in the workplace might commit this type of harassment – a management official, co-worker, or non-employee, such as a contractor, vendor or guest. The victim can be anyone affected by the conduct, not just the individual at whom the offensive conduct is directed.

Examples of actions that may create sexual hostile environment harassment include:

Leering, i.e., staring in a sexually suggestive manner
Making offensive remarks about looks, clothing, body parts.

Touching in a way that may make an employee feel uncomfortable, such as patting, pinching or intentional brushing against another’s body.

Telling sexual or lewd jokes, hanging sexual posters, making sexual gestures, etc.

Sending, forwarding or soliciting sexually suggestive letters, notes, emails, or images.

Other actions which may result in hostile environment harassment, but are non-sexual in nature, include:

Use of racially derogatory words, phrases, epithets
Demonstrations of a racial or ethnic nature such as a use of gestures, pictures or drawings which would offend a particular racial or ethnic group
Comments about an individual’s skin color or other racial/ethnic characteristics
Making disparaging remarks about an individual’s gender that are not sexual in nature
Negative comments about an employee’s religious beliefs (or lack of religious beliefs)
Expressing negative stereotypes regarding an employee’s birthplace or ancestry
Negative comments regarding an employee’s age when referring to employees 40 and over
Derogatory or intimidating references to an employee’s mental or physical impairment
For more information on Hostile Work Environment, contact a Cincinnati employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Wrongful Termination
Wrongful Termination can be financially devastating and humiliating. We understand your rights and will work tirelessly to get you what you deserve.
Discrimination
The Civil Rights Act and other laws prohibits discrimination against individuals because of their age, race, color, national origin, religion, disability or sex. It is illegal to discriminate in any aspect of employment, including:

Hiring and firing;
Compensation, assignment, or classification of employees;
Transfer, promotion, layoff, or recall;
Job advertisements;
Recruitment;
Testing;
Use of company facilities;
Training and apprenticeship programs;
Fringe benefits;
Pay, retirement plans, and disability leave; or
Other terms and conditions of employment.
For more information on Discrimination, contact a Dayton Discrimination employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Retaliation
It is unlawful for an employer to retaliate against an individual for engaging in a protected activity.

Protected activity consists of the following:

Opposing a practice made unlawful by one of the employment discrimination statutes (the “opposition” clause); or
Filing a charge, testifying, assisting, or participating in any manner in an investigation, proceeding, or hearing.
For more information on Retaliation, contact a Cleveland Retaliation employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

We believe the laws protecting the individual are some of the most important. These laws have been enacted so that our Country remains a cut above the rest. We have the right to be treated equal regardless of our age, race, medical status, gender or other factor outside of our control. Although our clients are often individuals, they are standing up for the rights of the masses. We are passionate about enforcing the laws that are in place to protect you.

www.Ohio-EmploymentLawyer.com

What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others

At Mansell Law, we have a deep understanding of the employment laws that protect you. Greg Mansell has presented numerous times on employment to other lawyers and has published several articles and information on employment law. With us, you will be in the hands of an experienced team that has proven results.

www.Ohio-EmploymentLawyer.com

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

Often times individuals find themselves seeking an attorney for the first time when they are abruptly terminated or have their disability benefits denied. Clients need the right answers and advice quickly. Our passion for what we do and our wide knowledge base of employment laws allows us to provide you with the right advice at the time you need it most. Perhaps most importantly, we listen to what our client wants and needs to protect their rights and provide for themselves and their family. We truly view our attorney-client relationship as a team and do everything possible to get our clients what they deserve.

www.Ohio-EmploymentLawyer.com

Greg Mansell

Greg Mansell is passionate about being a Columbus Employment Lawyer. You will see this from your first meeting with him until the matter is completely put to rest. Mr. Mansell grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and has remained an Ohio native with the exception of traveling to West Virginia University on athletics scholarship. He understands that the key to success for his clients is achieved through hard-work, dedication, and, most importantly, communication with you, the client.

Mr. Mansell has represented clients in all types of matters from 500+ person class actions to individual severance review and everything in between. He has represented individuals in trial and has reached a number of successful verdicts. In addition, Mr. Mansell has represented individuals before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), at mediations, unemployment hearings, and other hearings. For more results and accolades visit the testimonial page.

Additionally, Mr. Mansell has written several articles on employment law and ERISA benefits law and presented to other lawyers in the area of employment law at several seminars.

If you want serious representation from a Columbus Employment Attorney, contact Greg.Mansell@Ohio-EmploymentLawyer.com.

www.Ohio-EmploymentLawyer.com
License
  • Bar Number: 0085197
    Ohio
Education
  • The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law
    Juris Doctor (JD), Law
  • West Virginia University
    Bachelor of Science

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