Greenville Harassment and Discrimination Lawyer
Employment Discrimination and Harassment Can Take Different Forms
Harassment and discrimination can take many forms in the workplace. Some cases involve blatant infractions of basic civil rights, while others concern more subtle violations of laws that are specifically designed to protect employees from mistreatment. If you have been unfairly or illegally treated by an employer or at work, an employment attorney may be able to help.
Greenville harassment and discrimination attorney David Rothstein is a certified specialist in employment and labor law who focuses his practice on providing advocacy and representation to employees, helping develop solutions to a variety of workplace problems. Mr. Rothstein is an experienced negotiator and skilled litigator with a history handling a variety of discrimination and harassment cases, from sexual and racial harassment to disability and national origin discrimination. Contact us to learn more.
Protect Your Rights With a Specialist
Federal statutes and state laws prohibit discrimination based on race, religion, sex, disability, age (over 40) and other personal characteristics. Many laws also prohibit harassment of a person based on national origin, race, disability or sexual orientation, in addition to sexual harassment in the workplace.
In some cases, attorney David Rothstein can help you pursue damages if you have been the victim of discrimination or harassment at work. He represents clients in court in matters related to:
- The Americans With Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination against qualified workers with disabilities
- The Rehabilitation Act, which protects federal employees, employees of federal contractors, and those in federal programs against discrimination based on disabilities
- Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA), which provides job protection to those on military duty
Talk to a Greenville Workplace Discrimination Attorney
Because discrimination cases have a shorter statute of limitations (the time during which a case can be brought to court) than other employment matters, more urgency may be needed in seeking legal advice. Contact us to speak to a South Carolina employment lawyer about your case.