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Striking Back Against Unlawful Mistreatment In The Workplace

If you experience discrimination in the workplace, you know it. You can feel the mistreatment and it affects you on many levels. If you are still working, you may have problems concentrating. If your employer wrongfully terminated you, you may be unsatisfied with the reasoning behind your termination. At Bohbot & Riles, PC, we represent employees exclusively in cases of employment discrimination. We understand how you feel and what you are experiencing. We are dedicated to securing a favorable resolution on your behalf.

Our Oakland discrimination lawyers can help you strike back against all forms of discrimination. Call 510-250-7278 to have us evaluate your potential case. If we can assist you, we will contact you to schedule your free consultation. We speak French.

Seeking Justice After A Wide Array Of Discriminating Actions

Discrimination in all its forms can contribute to a hostile work environment — a place where the employee feels unsafe, threatened and uncomfortable. Our lawyers are committed to seeking justice on behalf of workers who have been victims of various types of discrimination such as the following, all of which contribute to a hostile work environment.

  • Age discrimination
  • Disability discrimination
  • Gender discrimination
  • National origin discrimination
  • Pregnancy discrimination
  • Race discrimination
  • Sexual orientation discrimination

We seek to recover lost wages as well as damages for emotional distress.

Retaliation By Your Employer Is Illegal

Your employer cannot fire you for reporting discrimination or harassment. Federal and state whistleblower statutes protect employees from termination, or retaliation for reporting wrongdoing.

Discuss Your Case With An Experienced Lawyer

With 40 years of collective legal experience, our lawyers fight to pursue your goals after unlawful actions in the workplace. Contact us in Oakland by submitting a free case submission questionnaire or by calling us at 510-250-7278. We will then contact you to schedule a consultation if we believe we can help.