Discrimination Attorney in Pasadena
We Can Fight for Employees & Employers
Discrimination is a key issue in employment law that determines so much about what it should be like to work in the United States. It is always illegal to engage in prohibited forms of discrimination at work, but what is considered discrimination is always evolving as new laws with new protections are passed each year. That’s why employers have an obligation to ensure their employees are protected against discrimination at all times, and why employees should stand up for their rights when violated.
Mark Charles Law, APC has 20+ years of experience fighting on behalf of both sides in employment discrimination lawsuits. That means our discrimination attorney in Pasadena is capable of representing your interests whether you’re an employee who is seeking fair and just compensation for a violation of your rights, or an employer who needs to defend against claims you know to be unfair or unfounded. Rest assured that we take this sensitive matter seriously and will fight to ensure your rights are protected throughout the process as we strive to achieve your goals or the best possible outcome.
Find out more about how Mark Charles Law, APC can fight for you by contacting us online or calling (626) 844-7710. When you get in touch, ask how you can schedule a consultation with our attorney, too.
There Are Many Types of Unlawful Discrimination
Discrimination in the workplace isn’t always illegal. In fact, it happens every day when employers evaluate their workers’ performances and make decisions about who to promote and who to let go. Because such decisions aren’t based on protected characteristics, this kind of discrimination isn’t unlawful or even really regarded as discrimination in most people’s minds.
Unlawful discrimination is determined by whether or not a protected characteristic played a role in how an employee was treated. Protected characteristics are the actual or perceived qualities about a person and specifically off-limits for consideration at work.
Many types of unlawful discrimination, each defined by a protected characteristic, are expressly prohibited by federal and state law.
Some of them are as follows:
- Age Discrimination (if 40 or older)
- Disability Discrimination
- Racial Discrimination
- Skin Color Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Citizenship Status Discrimination
Mark Charles Law, APC represents both employees and employers when they need to hold their opposition accountable in a discrimination lawsuit. This is an incredibly important legal matter that requires the level of experience and skill our discrimination attorney in Pasadena has achieved in order to provide either side of a dispute with the effective representation it needs.
Contact Us for Legal Support
When we represent employees who come forward with discrimination claims, we provide the relentless advocacy they need to seek fair and just compensation for what happened to them. Employers who have been unfairly accused can also expect a staunch defense from us that can limit their liability for a current or former employee’s claims.
If you’re interested in working with our Pasadena discrimination lawyer, reach out to Mark Charles Law, APC today by contacting us online.
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Mark while equally being humble and totally trustworthy, is a champion for those of us who would fall victim of the piranha’s who have deep pockets to frustrate us ordinary people.