Discrimination law is a subsection of employment law in which a person alleges being treated differently in whether to be hired, or in treatment after being hired (such as comparative level of pay or difference of job within the company), or in treatment in being fired, due to a legally protected distinction, including, but not limited to, race, religion or gender. A discrimination lawyer must prove that the aggrieved person has been unduly affected, and for the specified reason. In other words, if a Jewish employee feels that he’s being paid less, or being given more and/or harder work, than a Christian employee who, for all intents and purposes, has the same job, then he can argue under civil rights laws that he has been facing discrimination. A discrimination lawyer would be able to boost his case by finding other current or former employees of the discriminating party who can testify to similar treatment.
WHAT IS A DISCRIMINATION Attorney?
A discrimination lawyer deals with discrimination based on the intentional act of unfair treatment by race, ethnicity, gender, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, and age. Discrimination attorneys are also attorneys that must be very knowledgeable in the fifth and fourteenth amendments of the United States Constitution. If you have been a victim of any type of discrimination, you should consider contacting a discrimination lawyer.
FACTS ABOUT DISCRIMINATION LAW
A discrimination lawyer can help you get through all of the legal issues concerning discrimination. All forms of discrimination should not be tolerated. When there is a case involving discrimination, a discrimination attorney should be consulted. Even though it might seem costly to hire a discrimination attorney, it would be wise to at least explore your options.