For a free consultation about your legal options in a workplace race discrimination case, contact the Southern California racial discrimination lawyers at RGLawyers LLP in Los Angeles. Our creative and aggressive approach to workplace discrimination lawsuits, together with our experience in the presentation and proof of discriminatory treatment on the job, can make a significant difference in the ultimate result of your claim.
In a typical employment discrimination case based on race, an employee claims that he or she was terminated, demoted, or denied promotion on the basis of his or her race, color, creed, or national origin. Employers frequently claim that there exists a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason for the adverse employment action, and that race was not an issue. We must then determine whether the employer’s stated reason for the adverse employment action was simply a pretext for unlawful discrimination. Our experience with discrimination claims helps us to distinguish between non-discriminatory employment actions and true unlawful conduct.
Whether you’re African-American, Latino, of Middle-Eastern descent, or a member of any other racial or national minority, the race discrimination attorneys at RGLawyers LLP will conduct a careful investigation of your claim and work with seasoned experts to determine whether discrimination was a likely cause for your termination or demotion. We also work closely with human resources professionals, demographic statisticians, and diversity experts, who review your employer’s personnel practices, diversity training, and supervisors’ training to see if industry standards and California laws designed to prevent race discrimination at the workplace have been satisfied.
If our investigation shows that your employer has an established pattern of racial or national origin discrimination in its hiring, promotion, or layoff practices, we’ll even consider filing a motion to proceed with a class action lawsuit. Of course, our objective in all cases is to obtain the best result possible for our clients. To this end, we pursue all available theories of liability on behalf of our clients, including under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, California Unlawful Business Practices Act, and the Private Attorneys General Act.
Our Los Angeles race discrimination attorneys accept all claims on a contingent fee basis – we collect no attorney’s fees until you win by settlement or judgment. For a free consultation about your claim, contact the Southern California workplace discrimination lawyers at RGLawyers LLP.
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