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Damages in Employment Discrimination Claims (Part 1): Types of Damages in Actionable Discrimination

One of the most frequent questions presented to attorneys as part of an employment discrimination case evaluation is: “How much is my case worth?” The short answer is: “It depends.” People are often target of attorney advertisements on television, social media, radio, and even billboards, sharing their multi-million dollar success stories. Showcasing a high recovery […]


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Employment Discrimination on the Basis of National Origin

Employment Discrimination on the Basis of National Origin Workplace discrimination on the basis of national origin occurs when a job applicant or an employee is treated unfavorably because he or she is from a particular country or part of the world, because of ethnicity or accent, surname, or because they appear to be of a […]


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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Harassment is unwelcome conduct that creates a work environment that is intimidating, hostile, or offensive to reasonable people. There are various types of illegal workplace harassment.[1] When the harassment is of a sexual nature or about the person’s sex, it becomes sexual harassment, a form of discrimination protected by law. It is unlawful to harass […]


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Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Religion

Workplace religious discrimination occurs when a job applicant or an employee is treated unfavorably because he or she has a certain religious belief or because of personal characteristics associated with such belief (such as dress or grooming). This type of discrimination may occur in combination with other types of discrimination, such as race[1] and national […]


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