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Employment Discrimination

New York City Employment Discrimination Attorney

Despite decades of striving for equality in the workplace, this nation has never completely realized Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of a world in which workers would be judged solely on the content of their character. In the 21st century, we still find a myriad of blatant and subtle examples of illegal employment discrimination. When a worker has been discriminated against because of age, color or creed, that person deserves to be heard, and to have the wrong righted.

Contact the law office of John M. Lambros to schedule a consultation if you think you have been wrongfully discharged, demoted or denied a promotion or hiring because of your age, race, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, national origin, religion or disability. Every employee and job applicant deserves these protections.

If you suspect that your firing, demotion or hostile work environment was a Title 7 violation, discuss the facts of your case with an experienced lawyer. You may have been a victim of retaliation after reporting or protesting workplace discrimination of sexual harassment.

Attorney John Lambros represents clients whose careers, health and well-being have been negatively impacted by overt or subtle illegal employment discrimination.

Employees who have been discriminated against often find themselves between a rock and a hard place. Reporting a Title 7 violation to human resources at the place of employment is a prerequisite to filing a lawsuit, yet the mere act of reporting or even asking about remedies to discrimination is often a career-ending move. Administrative claims and civil lawsuits are sometimes the only recourse that a worker has after being fired for asking about FMLA or reporting sexual harassment.

On the other hand, sometimes an honest cost-benefit analysis is worth the time. A young employee may win a discrimination lawsuit, only to be permanently "marked" and blocked from further career advancement. A thoughtful attorney with ample experience in employment discrimination cases can often help such an employee find another route to relief from injustice. Mr. Lambros always considers the personal circumstances of his clients in advising the best course of action for each individual.

Contact Attorney John Lambros to schedule a consultation regarding your discrimination matter.

New York City Law Offices of John M. Lambros serves clientele in a wide geographical area throughout NYC, including Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Long Island, the Financial District, Civic Center, the Upper West Side, West Village, East Village, Greenwich Village, Tribeca, Melrose, Midtown and Manhattan Valley, in New York County, Bronx County, Queens County, Kings County, Nassau County and Suffolk County.

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