San Diego, California, Employment Discrimination Lawyer
Workplace discrimination can take many forms — refusal to hire, failure to promote, inequality in compensation and benefits, unfair discipline or termination. Regardless of what adverse job action you are facing, you need help. Perhaps the most important issue you will address is finding the most effective way to protect your interests as you address your complaint.
If you are concerned about unfair treatment in the workplace on the basis of race, gender, disability, age or other prohibited grounds of discrimination, contact an experienced employee rights attorney.
At the San Diego office of Warren Paul Beck, Attorney at Law, we handle workplace discrimination issues before the EEOC, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and state and federal courts. In addition, we help employers understand and satisfy their compliance obligations under state and federal statutes and regulations. We represent clients throughout Southern California and San Diego County.
Proving and Resolving Discrimination Claims
With more than 38 years of experience resolving employment discrimination claims, Warren Paul Beck can advise you about:
- The strength of your discrimination case
- What to do if your case involves a legitimate adverse employment action
- The methods you can use to document unfair treatment at work
- Resolving your claim through negotiation, mediation, a severance agreement or other practical methods
At our firm, we focus on employment and labor law issues. We understand that most victims of workplace discrimination — as well as their employers — would rather resolve a toxic job situation through a favorable settlement than through the ordeal of a lawsuit.
We work closely with you to help you define what a good outcome would look like in your situation. We then use our knowledge and litigation experience as leverage to help achieve your goals. If we can’t settle your case, however, our experience with administrative hearings and civil trials can make a decisive difference if we have to present your claims in court.
Pregnancy, Family and Medical Leave Discrimination
We have counseled employees who believed they have faced unfair treatment because they took pregnancy leave, when they returned to work after childbirth, when they took leave to care for sick family members, or because they asserted other rights protected under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or the California Family Rights Act (CFRA).
Discrimination Claims Involving Unions and Unionized Workplaces
For both employees and employers operating under union contracts, we provide advice and representation in discrimination disputes involving unfair labor practices, wage and hour claims, and other situations, including breach of the duty of fair representation.
To learn more about the scope of our firm’s experience, contact San Diego workplace rights lawyer Warren Beck for a free consultation. .
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