Title VII Lawyer in Los Angeles

 

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Federal law protections against employment discrimination are set forth generally under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII).  Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against covered employees because of that employee's race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

Covered Employees
The provisions of Title VII only apply to employers who employee 15 or more employees.   Therefore, if you work for a smaller employer, you would not be entitled to the protections provided by Title VII.  Please note, however, that California's Fair Employment and Housing Act prohibits the same type of discrimination as Title VII, and applies to employers who only employee 5 or more employees (For sexual harassment claims, FEHA applies to employers who only employ one or more employees!)

  


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25 Years Experience
Mr. Johnston has been a lawyer for more than 25 years, and has extensive experience handling workplace discrimination claims. If you believe you have been harassed or discriminated against on the basis of Age, Ancestry, Color, Religious Creed, Denial of Family and Medical Care Leave, Disability, Marital Status, Medical Condition , National Origin, Race, Religion, Sex, and Sexual Orientation, we invite you to contact our office and make an appointment to speak with attorney Johnston about your case.  



Not Used Often in California
Unlike many other states, California provides it own statutory protection to employees that in most cases exceeds the protection provided by Title VII and other federal statutes.  That is why attorneys in California who represent employees usually file discrimination claims under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), rather than Title VII. calendar year. 



The above information is provided as a courtesy of The Johnston Law Firm, and constitutes only a brief summary of some general employment law, discrimination issues and related legal rights under California law.  As such it does not constitute legal advice, and you should contact an attorney to discuss any specific employment issue you may have.  For further questions, please contact our  office on the forms provided.

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