We are workplace discrimination attorneys that fight for employee rights.
Although discrimination in the workplace has been addressed in many federal laws, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Equal Pay Act (EPA), it continues to be a very real problem even today.
Our legal team has decades of experience in the investigation, negotiation and litigation of discrimination claims, including:
- Age discrimination
- Sex/gender discrimination
- Disability discrimination
- “Reverse” Discrimination
- Race/religious/national origin discrimination
- Pregnancy discrimination
- Governmental Interference
- Refused access to services
- Violations of the right to work
We have a thorough understanding of the laws that govern these civil rights violations and have successfully recovered over $70 million in settlements and awards.
Employees who are targeted by discriminatory practices suffer both tangible and intangible injuries. However, many employers may prefer to look the other way when complaints of discrimination are brought up. In such cases, legal action may be the only real recourse for the victim. Consulting and experienced employment and civil rights lawyer is the first step towards resolving the situation. (There is usually a one year time limit for filing.)
The Genie Harrison Law Firm is a nationally recognized employment and civil rights law firm.
If you believe you are a victim of discrimination either on the job or elsewhere, put the legal experience of the Los Angeles employment and civil rights attorneys at the Genie Harrison Law Firm to work for you.
To speak to an employment lawyer about your rights and options after an unjust job termination, call our staff at (213) 805-5301 to screen your case and make an appointment with the appropriate attorney, or fill out the form below so we may pre-screen your case.
Employment Discrimination Resource Links:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The EEOC is responsible for enforcing federal employment discrimination laws. The EEOC web site provides information on the federal laws that are designed to prevent discrimination in the workplace.