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Employment Discrimination

Will a Lawyer Take Your Employment Discrimination Case?

Experiencing employment discrimination can be emotionally taxing and legally complex. Whether discrimination arises from race, gender, age, disability, or any other protected characteristic, knowing your rights and routes for recourse is paramount. A pivotal aspect of seeking justice in such cases is securing competent legal representation. However, the question of whether a lawyer will take […]

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Race Discrimination

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Racial discrimination is defined broadly in the United States Code.  It can include the biased, pretextual, shocking, or unfair treatment of people based on their color, race, ethnic background, and aspects linked to race like national origin, identity of family members or friends, neighborhood, etc. Discrimination in law generally involves a negative action.  The action

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Pregnancy Discrimination Lawyers

Proving Pregnancy Discrimination: What’s Required According to Pregnancy Discrimination Lawyers

Pregnancy discrimination occurs when an employer treats an employee unfairly solely because they are pregnant or have recently given birth. This unfair treatment can be displayed in various ways, such as being denied job opportunities, facing unfavorable work conditions, or even being terminated from employment. It’s important to note that such discriminatory actions are prohibited

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Navigating the Complexities of Wrongful Termination: What Lawyers Consider Under the Updated Rules in 2024

Types of Wrongful Termination in New York under the Updated Rules New York and many U.S. states are at-will employment states. That means that unlike in some other countries, and unlike in some U.S. unionized factories or government agency workplaces, employees may be terminated without the employer necessarily showing good cause, immoral or unethical activity

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Equal Employment Opportunity: How Lawyers Navigate Through Claims of Discrimination

In the United States, equal rights at work are enforced in many different ways. The federal system of the U.S. Constitution envisions both states and a federal government. According to our employment discrimination attorney, the equal opportunity mechanisms of the federal government are split into at least four institutions. First, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity

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TikTok Sued Again! Did the Fast-Growing App’s Management Commit Gender or Age Discrimination in the Workplace?

A high-achieving leader in the advertising and marketing industry joins a company that is about to take off in a way that the world hasn’t quite seen before. It is December 2019, months before the COVID-19 pandemic will change the world in many ways, and the leader is Katie Ellen Puris, and the company is

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Navigating the Complexities of Wrongful Termination: What You Need to Know!

Terminated on trumped-up charges? When a hard-working individual approaches their mid-50s or mid-60s, they should be at the top of their career game. A work ethic honed over many years, a wealth of knowledge grounded in real-world encounters, and skills gained from multiple positions and training exercises should serve them well. However, there may be

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Retaliation Claims: How to Protect Yourself When You Speak Up at Work

Employees are increasingly standing up against illegal retaliation at work.  Retaliation may happen, for example, when employees oppose discriminatory policies, whether in their own position or the situations of coworkers who they stand up for.   Retaliation is generally defined to include adverse actions adopted or decided on by employers in response to an employee’s complaint

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