Employment Discrimination

– United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor

“Effective participation by members of all racial and ethnic groups in the civic life of our Nation is essential if the dream of one Nation, indivisible, is to be realized.”


What is Employment Discrimination?

Workplace discrimination is one of the most morally changing issues facing this nation. Despite decades-old federal and state anti-discrimination laws, workplace discrimination is still prevalent. Discrimination, whether by an employer, supervisor or co-worker, is devastating to the employee being discriminated against, as well as to the employer and society. Employment discrimination often results in human suffering, low self-esteem, loss of interest in employment and decreased productivity, feeling of unworthiness, workplace violence, unemployment, family disruption, hopelessness, depression, etc.

Discrimination (including discriminatory harassment) is prohibited in hiring, terms and conditions of employment, in promotion, demotion, discipline, failure to accommodate, termination, etc. The gist of employment discrimination cases is that you are treated differently than others because of your race, sex, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability, etc.

We fully investigate and prosecute all types of employment discrimination claims, including wrongful termination because of race, age, pregnancy, whistleblower, etc. If you are looking for a qualified employment discrimination attorney to work on your claim, please review the case types below.

Do You Have a Claim?

Kindly contact us at 201-222-0123 or complete our inquiry form if you believe you are a victim of employment discrimination, or other statutory state or constitutional law violations.