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We focus on RACE discrimination, AGE discrimination, SEXUAL HARASSMENT discrimination, GENDER discrimination, NATIONAL ORIGIN discrimination, PREGNANCY Discrimination, and DISABILITY discrimination.
Discrimination Law Center PA has dedicated it’s focus solely to employment law and all types of workplace discrimination. It is important that potential clients know that every case is unique and that claims may expire with a statute of limitations, for this reason we always offer a free case evaluation.

Wrongful Termination

This is a term that is misleading because in Florida and many other states employment is “at will ” What that means is an employer has the ability to terminate your employment for any reason, or for no reason at all. However, you may have rights protected under other employment discrimination laws. We understand you may be overwhelmed as to what your rights are, how to best protect them, and what your next move should be. Your case is unique and as such we highly recommend you contact us for a free case evaluation. We will listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have. Please complete the form below.


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Justice Department Settles Race and National Origin Lawsuit Against Lee County, Florida

The Justice Department announced today that it has reached a settlement with Lee County, Fla. that, if approved by the district court, will resolve allegations that the county discriminated against three Hispanic employees on the basis of race and national origin in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
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