If you believe you are victim of harassment or discrimination on basis of national origin, contact our San Diego Employment and National Origin Discrimination Attorney today for a fee consultation. My firm represents employees who experienced harassment or discrimination in work place on account of national origin and ancestry.

In California, it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees based on their sexual orientation or perceived sexual orientation, protecting individuals regardless of their heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, or transsexual/transgender status.

Employers cannot terminate employees for illegal reasons, including age, race, pregnancy, sex, or medical condition, and they cannot retaliate for opposing workplace harassment or discrimination, even in at-will employment arrangements.

If you suspect age discrimination, contact our San Diego Employment and Age Discrimination firm for a free consultation to assess potential violations of your rights; in California, discriminating against individuals over the age of 40 is illegal.

Employers are prohibited from discriminating against individuals due to pregnancy, which encompasses actions such as refusal to hire, termination, denial of promotions, and job benefits.

In California, all forms of sexual harassment are prohibited under the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), as outlined in Government Code section 12940, and federal law, including Title VII, also prohibits discrimination and harassment.

If you’ve suffered a serious personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one, our San Diego personal injury law office is dedicated to helping you obtain justice and fair compensation, recognizing the challenges you face.

Employers must offer up to four months of disability leave for pregnancy-related conditions, and if they provide more extensive leave for other temporary disabilities, the same should apply to pregnancy-related disabilities.

Racial discrimination is prohibited by Title VII of the United States Code and California law, ensuring that workplace decisions are not influenced by an individual’s race or color.