Albies & Stark: Protecting your rights at work — together.

Workplace discrimination and sexual harassment can happen to anyone — whether you’re a doctor, a janitor, or a paralegal — and it can make you feel isolated and out of control. At Albies & Stark, we help workers protect their rights and take their power back. Consultations are always free, and often you pay no out-of-pocket costs.

Your story matters.

We start by listening in a confidential, free consultation. We’ll take you seriously and hear you with respect and compassion.

Your choice matters.

Not everyone wants to file a lawsuit. We’ll explain the legal options and suggest choices — with no pressure and no legalese.

Your process matters.

If we do represent you in a case, you’ll have our full team behind you, and your decisions will drive the process.

Your dignity matters.

Resolving cases is personal. We’ll talk about what dignity and justice look like for you — and fight hard to get them.

We’re here to listen.

Wondering what kind of cases Albies & Stark handles?

We primarily work with people experiencing discrimination at work — most commonly racial discrimination, sexual harassment, and disability discrimination.

We also represent clients who have experienced workplace discrimination based on:

  • Age
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, or gender identity
  • Pregnancy, family status, or marital status
  • Domestic violence or assault victim status
  • Using/inquiring about medical or bereavement leave
  • Workplace injuries or using/invoking workers’ compensation
  • Whistleblowing

Finally, we represent labor unions and accept some civil liberties and racial justice cases.

Explore what it’s like to work with us.

Albies & Stark, LLC

1 SW Columbia Street, Suite 1850
Portland, Oregon 97204

(503) 308-4770  
(503) 427-9292  

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Disclaimer: This website offers general information about us and the services we offer so you can decide if you’d like to contact us. It does not create an attorney-client relationship between us. It’s also not legal advice — so it can’t tell you what you should do in your particular situation.