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Racial Discrimination

New York City Racial Discrimination Attorney

While racial discrimination in the workplace is not as blatant or overt as it was before civil rights laws were passed, it is still a reality all too often. While some employers unfortunately still use offensive racially-charged language, others have become more subtle in acting out discriminatory schemes. Any race discrimination is illegal, whether it is the blatant use of offensive racial terms or more subtle, but equally damaging, discriminatory action.

Contact an experienced racial discrimination lawyer in New York City to discuss the facts and circumstances of your potential case.

Attorney John M. Lambros handles racial discrimination claims on behalf of employees throughout New York City, including in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx. He understands the importance of reaching a rational and reasonable resolution if possible, to save you the unnecessary expense and aggravation of long, drawn-out litigation.

Title VII is a federal law that prohibits any employer with fifteen or more employees from discriminating on the basis of race.

Racial discrimination may include any of the following adverse employment actions when it can be demonstrated that race was the determining factor:

  • Refusal to hire
  • Disciplinary action
  • Firing
  • Denial of training
  • Denial of promotion opportunities
  • Wage differential
  • Harassment
  • Screening out groups on the basis of race

Contact the law Office of John M. Lambros to schedule a consultation regarding your potential sex discrimination, race discrimination or age discrimination case, whether you are an employee or an employer.

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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