Discrimination Law in San Francisco, CA
In a perfect world, everyone would be treated equally at work and there would be no reason to seek justice for violation of anti-discrimination laws in San Francisco, CA. Whatever world view you hold, we believe you would agree that laws at the federal, state, and local levels must address the possibility of discrimination, as well as ways to discourage unfair practices and protect the victims. Reach out to us for legal advice and action when you are the victim.
At Law Offices Of John E Cowan, we are here to protect your civil rights. When you experience discrimination in the workplace, seek help from an experienced lawyer. Be sure to choose an attorney with a track record of success in this area of the law. Call our office to schedule a consultation with one of our seasoned attorneys.
Unequal Treatment Violates the Law
The way companies treat their employees can be a violation of federal anti-discrimination laws. Unfair treatment in any number of workplace practices and policies are illegal. Covered under these laws are the following aspects of employment:
Taking Action to Right the Wrong
In civil court, the guilty party is obligated to make right the wrong that it has done with discrimination in the workplace. With damages, an employee may get his or her job back, may be able to receive monetary compensation, or have attorney fees paid.
Before any of this occurs, employees must take action to seek justice. Step one is to talk to company management. Step two is to complain to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Step three is to file a lawsuit. Talk to one of our attorneys about what actions you need to take regarding your case.
Contact us today when you believe anti-discrimination laws are being violated at your workplace. We represent clients in San Francisco, CA.
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