Employment discrimination law
Illinois, as is the case elsewhere, is an at-will employment state. This means that, generally, an employee can leave his or her job at any time, and an employer can fire an employee at any time. The exception, however, is when the firing is based on discrimination. If you were discharged from your job and you believe it was because of your race, gender (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability, you may have rights under the law. Rodin Legal, LLC, can help protect your rights and seek just compensation and reinstatement to your previous position (if desired).
Employment law also protects workers against other adverse actions. If you believe a potential employer chose not to hire you on the basis of your race, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability, you may have a case. Other adverse employment actions include (but are not limited to): suspensions, demotions, and hostile work environments. Rodin Legal, LLC, can represent you in any of these contexts both in negotiations with your employer and in court.
Rodin Legal, LLC's services in this area
- Negotiating with your employer
- Filing charges and representing you before the EEOC and/or IDHR
- Filing a civil complaint in federal court
- Representing you in your federal discrimination case up to and including trial
Do you have questions or do you want to make an appointment in this area?
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