Discrimination Lawyers Erie PA

Firing employees as part of a business reorganization plan is not illegal per se. Discriminating against employees on the basis of age (over 40), race, color, national origin or religion is prohibited by law. Retaliatory discharge in response to informal or formal complaints of sexual harassment is likewise illegal — and our attorneys are prepared to take employers to court if necessary when our clients have experienced discrimination on the job.

Learn about your legal rights and about your responsibilities for reporting violations to such agencies as the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) and the Bureau of Equal Employment Opportunity and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

  • Counsel: Our lawyers advise clients in the application of existing employment laws designed to protect workers from workplace discrimination, as they are applicable to individual circumstances. Such laws include the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII of the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
  • Advocacy before employers: Often, our attorneys can resolve disputes through direct communication with employers, with no need to resort to further legal action.
  • Counsel and representation in administrative actions: We provide support for employees who wish to file complaints with the EEOC and/or the Bureau of Equal Employment Opportunity, with special attention given to how best to position the employee for possible further legal action, including litigation.

Call or e-mail the law offices of Quinn, Buseck, Leemhuis, Toohey & Kroto, Inc. to schedule a case analysis if you suspect or are certain that you have been targeted through unlawful racial or religious discrimination in the course of your employment in Pennsylvania.

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