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Discrimination Lawyer

Work Discrimination Lawyer

Under California law and federal law, an employee has the right to be free from unlawful discrimination in the workplace.  The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (also known as the “FEHA”) is the primary law that provides employees with protection from discrimination, retaliation and harassment in employment.  The employment provisions of the FEHA’s anti-discrimination provisions apply to all employers with five or more full-time or part-time employees

In California, state law prohibits an employer from taking any adverse action against a protected individual based on his or her:

The following actions, if taken because of a protected characteristic, will constitute an unlawful employment practice:

Are You a Victim of Workplace Discrimination?

If you have been discriminated at work based on being a member of a protected class (whether as an employee or even during the hiring and firing process), you may be able to bring a claim for discrimination under either California or federal anti-discrimination laws.  The lawyers at our office regularly handle discrimination cases across the entire state of California.  Reach out now for a free confidential consultation and to learn more about cases brought on behalf of victims of workplace discrimination.

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Melmed Law Group was founded to exclusively focus on complex employment litigation matters on behalf of employees. Since its inception, Melmed Law Group P.C. has successfully litigated over 100 class actions throughout the entire state of California.Mr. Melmed was selected as a a Super Lawyers Rising Star, which is an honor reserved for less than 2.5% of California lawyers. It is an honor and a privilege for our firm to be involved in this very rewarding work of seeking to obtain redress on behalf of California’s workers.