Discrimination and Workplace Harassment: Protecting the Rights of Employees for Over 24 Years
Discrimination and harassment may carry numerous definitions for various individuals, but under New York and federal laws, these terms cover a broad spectrum of behaviors, policies and classifications. At The Law Offices of Jeffrey E. Goldman, we take these issues seriously and, with more than 25 years of experience, we will place the resources and skill you need at your side.
Whether representing restaurant employees, office workers, or executives, our lawyers work hard to deliver results-oriented services to the victims of discrimination or workplace harassment across New York’s five boroughs and the metro area.
New York Discrimination and Workplace Harassment Cases
When you believe you’re a victim of harassment or workplace discrimination, it’s critical that you speak up. Below are some examples of discrimination and harassment cases our attorneys commonly handle:
Disability discrimination (ADA)
Equal pay discrimination
Pregnancy or parenthood discrimination (FMLA)
Race and ethnicity discrimination and harassment
Sex and gender discrimination and harassment
Sexual orientation discrimination
Marital or parental status discrimination
Arrest or criminal history discrimination
There are many facets to a successful harassment and workplace discrimination case, and our team knows how to address these requirements. Everything from pleading requirements to issues to look for during discovery and the use of expert witnesses, we work diligently to ensure every point is thoroughly examined so your case receives the best outcome.
When it comes to disability claims as well as pregnancy or parental discrimination, we want to help you understand the law and how it applies to your case. To gather some more information regarding The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), take a moment and review the ADA.gov website. On the site, you will find comprehensive information outlining regulations, changes to the law and numerous other resources.
Furthermore, for information regarding FMLA claims, the U.S. Department of Labor also offers some more in-depth information on its website. You can review the information on the site or call us at The Law Offices of Jeffrey E. Goldman to discuss the specifics of your case.
The Advocacy, Support and Representation You Deserve
Although you might be worried about how your co-workers or employer may respond, it’s important to take action when faced with discrimination or workplace harassment. The law is on your side, and our attorneys can help you understand the protections it provides.
If you have questions, we encourage you to call our attorneys and schedule a free initial consultation at our office in Midtown Manhattan. You can reach us or complete our online contact form.