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Protecting The Rights Of Workers When Discrimination Occurs

Although employers are generally allowed to control the terms and conditions governing a workplace, there are some legal limits. For example, employees do not have to tolerate unlawful employment discrimination or harassment at work. Employers who treat people differently based upon age, sex or national origin are violating the law.

NachtLaw — By Your Side

At the law firm of NachtLaw, P.C., we protect the rights and interests of employees. If you have encountered unlawful discrimination in the workplace, such as race discrimination or gender discrimination, come to our offices to discuss your legal rights with an experienced employment attorney. Contact our offices today to schedule your confidential consultation. State and federal laws protect employees from discrimination and harassment in the workplace based upon age, sex, disability, national origin or race.

Effectively Resolving Complex Employment Discrimination Issues

Employment discrimination claims can involve complex matters, requiring a detailed review of the facts and a thorough understanding of the circumstances. Not all unfair or inequitable treatment is evidence of unlawful employment discrimination. A pattern of behavior or an organization’s history of improper behavior, however, may support allegations of unlawful employment discrimination. When you come to our offices, we will take the time to truly understand your individual circumstances. During our initial meeting, we will listen to your story, discuss your options and provide you with an honest evaluation regarding your likelihood of success in pursuing an employment discrimination claim. In the event that you have encountered employment discrimination that will support a legal claim, we have the experience and resources to effectively resolve your case. Each of our employment lawyers is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and has extensive experience handling employment matters. Contact us today to schedule your confidential consultation by calling 866-965-2488. We provide representation to Michigan and Ohio clients.