Employment Discrimination and Harassment Lawyer & Attorney

san-francisco-employment-lawyerHave you suffered discrimination or harassment in the workplace?

Do you feel that you’ve faced discrimination at your job because of your race, gender, age, or religion? Have you been harassed sexually or been treated unfairly? If so, know that you have rights—it is against Federal and California laws for employers to harass or take adverse action against you because of your membership in a protected class. The law offices of Daniel Vega will represent you and ensure that you receive fair treatment.

What defines a “Protected Class?”

Under Federal anti-discrimination laws, businesses with fifteen or more employees are not allowed to discriminate because of:

  • Race or Ethnicity
  • Color
  • Sex
  • Age (over 40)
  • National Origin
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • Pregnancy

Employers with twenty or more employees must abide by the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, which bars them from discriminating based on age (over 40). Additionally, the anti-discrimination laws are state-specific and may include statutes that cover sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status. States can also have anti-discrimination policies that apply to employers with less than fifteen employees.

What qualifies as discrimination?

Discrimination covers a wide range of actions including termination, demotion, unequal pay, unfair hiring practices, benefit coverage, training, work assignments, and failure to promote a qualified employee.

You don’t have to put up with discrimination and harassment—call us today

Attorney Daniel Vega and his team are specialists in employment law cases that include discrimination and harassment suits. When you work with Daniel Vega, you will pay no upfront fees, will receive a free consultation, and you’ll only pay if your case wins.

Isn’t it time you receive fair and just treatment? Contact the Law Offices of Daniel Vega today at (415) 287-6200.

  • We prosecute individual and collective claims.
  • Citizens and non-citizens, documented or undocumented, are all entitled to fair treatment in the workplace

Serving the entire San Francisco Bay Area, including Oakland, San Jose and nearby Bay Area cities.