What is Race Discrimination?
Thanks to civil rights actions of the past, it is unlawful for anyone to be denied employment, public accommodations or housing because of race, color or national origin. Proving unlawful race discrimination is very difficult. Evidence is rare, and few employees are willing to testify against their employers. More often, plaintiffs must prove cases by inference and circumstantial evidence, which is why a qualified race discrimination lawyer is critical to your success.
Unfortunately race discrimination is still an issue. Racial discrimination remains one of the most common forms of employment discrimination, and many times it is mixed with bigotry against the person’s ethnicity, language, ancestry, national origin or religious practices.
Our expert attorneys can show you how to document the pattern of race discrimination and management’s response if you raise the issue. If your case has merit, you may be entitled to monetary damages or other relief such as promotion, reinstatement to your job or a change in company policy.
At O’Connor, Parsons, Lane & Noble, our attorneys have experience dealing with complex employment law cases. If you suspect Race Discrimination, tell us about your situation. Race Discrimination is not tolerated in the New Jersey courts and we know how to fight to win cases. Contact us online or call at 1-908-928-9200 or 1-800-586-5817