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Discrimination

Addressing Your Unique Concerns

Over the years, we have learned that no two discriminatory situations are exactly alike. Often a combination of discriminations can tip the balance in favor of the employee where one might not suffice. With that in mind, we work diligently to understand your specific mistreatment concerns before offering the advice you need in your pursuit of compensation or employment reinstatement.

Age Discrimination
Includes claims arising under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act ("ADEA")   ...  more

Gender Discrimination
Experiencing workplace discrimination based on your gender can be a frustrating and debilitating experience that can have a deep impact on your career and your financial well being. If you have been refused employment, terminated or passed over for promotion due to gender discrimination, you may qualify for compensation, promotion, or other resolutions.  Gender discrimination includes claims for pregnancy discrimination, sex discrimination, sexual harassment and failure to promote or hire under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  ...  more

Race Discrimination 
Includes claims for racial harassment, failure to promote or hire under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.   ...  more

Pregnancy Discrimination
If you feel that your pregnancy has cost you your job or a position within your company, your employer may have broken the law.  The law provides several protections for women who become pregnant while they are working.  ...  more

Disability Discrimination
Includes claims for disability or perceived disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act  ...  more

Religious Discrimination
Includes religious harassment or discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. ...  more


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