Standing Up Against Discrimination in the Workplace

It seems hard to believe that discrimination in the workplace still exists. And yet men and women nationwide may find it difficult to get a job or face unfair treatment at work due to an employer’s racist, homophobic or otherwise discriminatory beliefs and practices.

Discrimination based on race, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, religion or gender identity is illegal under California state and/or federal employment law.

If you have experienced discrimination in the workplace, the capable attorneys at the Law Offices of Gene J. Goldsman in Santa Ana, California, want to know about it. Our lawyers stand up for the rights of employees. We fight for justice and to hold those responsible for discriminatory practices accountable in court. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Legal Protection for LGBT Employees

Although federal law does not include specific anti-discrimination protections for gay and lesbian employees, the California state constitution recognizes the rights of LGBT workers. Our attorneys apply decades of experience and a commitment to justice in discrimination and harassment claims filed by gay and lesbian clients.

Uncovering Discrimination in the Workplace

Many employers have become more sophisticated and knowledgeable regarding anti-discrimination laws. Those who still apply discriminatory hiring and promotion practices often work hard to conceal the truth. If you believe you were refused employment, denied advancement or fired because of workplace discrimination, it is vitally important to consult an experienced attorney who can explain your rights and options.

At the Law Offices of Gene J. Goldsman, we have the skill and determination to aggressively investigate allegations of workplace discrimination and to fight for justice and financial compensation for the victims in court. If you need strength and experience on your side, contact us today. Your initial consultation will be free. Many employment law cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will owe no attorney’s fees unless we are successful in your claim.