You Don’t Have To Tolerate Discrimination In The Workplace
It is not always illegal for an employer to treat you unfairly. However, it is illegal for an employer to treat you unfairly based on characteristics such as your age, race, gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition or a disability. State and federal laws prohibit such discriminatory conduct — and you have the legal right to put a stop to it and to recover financial compensation for unlawful treatment.
At Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP, our labor and employment law attorneys have successfully resolved thousands of cases for clients who were the victims of unlawful workplace discrimination of all varieties, whether based on race, sex, age, disability, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital status, gender or a combination of these and other protected characteristics. Since the firm’s founding in 1985, we have proudly and successfully represented California employees who have been discriminated against in violation of local, state and federal laws — from highly compensated executives to hourly-paid workers earning minimum wage.
We Can Help You Fight Back
When filing a lawsuit is necessary to protect your rights, our attorneys have decades of experience representing clients before state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as the skill required to litigate the most complex workplace discrimination claims successfully. Where our clients’ goals can best be achieved without pursuing traditional litigation, we draw on our attorneys’ decades of experience and proven advocacy representing employees pursuing discrimination claims through alternative dispute resolution, whether in the context of arbitration, mediation or informal negotiations.
Our lawyers have a proven track record of success in obtaining significant verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients, and in working toward resolution. In employment discrimination situations, we can help you with:
- Analyzing management actions, such as discipline, promotion or demotion decisions, work assignments, terminations, layoffs, pay rate and benefit determinations, for potential discrimination claims
- Claims against employers for failure to accommodate your disability as required under state and federal laws
- Wrongful termination claims
- Claims against employers for violations of family and medical leave laws