Race Discrimination Lawyer | Serving Williamston, MI
Being Fired or Prevented from An Opportunity Because Of Your Age, Gender, Religion, Race, Or Ethnicity Is Illegal and Unfair. You Have Rights, And We'll Protect Those Rights.
As a lifelong Michigander, attorney Scott Batey understands the current workplace environments and cultures of businesses throughout the state. With more than two decades of experience handling employment law cases, he knows the ins and outs of the case law that govern employees’ rights and employers’ obligations to their employees. Mr. Batey guides our firm in …
If you have been discriminated against because of your race, it is important to talk to a Williamston attorney who can help you understand and decide the merits of your case. Discrimination is a serious offense and a skilled Williamston attorney can help.
Race Discrimination occurs when individuals are treated unfavorably because their physical characteristics demonstrate that they look like another race. Federal Law forbids employers from terminating or engaging, or otherwise treating differently an employee because of their race. The law even protects people from discrimination based upon their relationship with a person from a different race.
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