Although numerous laws and procedures have been set in place prohibiting discrimination, it is still a reality that many employees are subjected to in the workplace. At Weisberg Law, our attorneys are dedicated to asserting the rights and interests of employees in eastern Pennsylvania and throughout New Jersey who have been discriminated against by their employers.
If you have suffered employment discrimination, contact our attorneys to learn about your rights and options for holding your employer (or former employer) responsible.
Employee Rights Attorney Fighting Discriminatory Conduct
Our lawyers are familiar with the many state and federal laws intended to protect employees. We can assert your rights under Title VII (protects against discrimination), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). We also handle matters overseen by the federal Office for Civil Rights (OCR), the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission (PHRC).
We serve the interests of employees involved in employment rights and discrimination disputes:
- Employment discrimination: Have you faced employment discrimination based on race, sex/gender, disability, religion, pregnancy or national origin?
- FMLA: Have you been wrongfully terminated or discriminated against after returning from family leave or maternity/parental leave?
- Whistleblower retaliation: Have you been wrongfully terminated, demoted or otherwise retaliated against for reporting the unlawful, unsafe or wrongful conduct of an employer?
- Sexual harassment: Did you face a hostile workplace or adverse employment actions for refusing sexual requests?
Our attorneys can help you hold your employer accountable for its wrongful conduct.
In addition to representing employees who have been subjected to discrimination in the workplace, we represent clients who have endured unlawful discrimination in other public places. Our experienced attorneys bring claims before the federal OCR on behalf of students facing discrimination in public schools.
Contact Our Experienced Employment Discrimination And Wrongful Termination Lawyers
Employment discrimination cases can vary immensely, from cases involving a corporate business abusing a small-town employee to a local employer providing substantially less pay to a minority employee. Our lawyers are dedicated to the pursuit of justice in employment discrimination and employee rights cases. If you have suffered an adverse employment action as a result of discrimination, contact us at one of our offices in Philadelphia or Morton by calling 484-842-4030 or toll free at 866-570-6945. We offer contingency fee representation, meaning we accept no fee unless we win your case.