Nassau County and Suffolk County Employment Discrimination Lawyer

There are numerous types of workplace discrimination, including:

  • Age
  • Race
  • Gender
  • Sexual orientation
  • Pregnancy
  • Disability
  • National origin
  • Marital status
  • Religion
  • Political affiliation
  • Medical information
  • Criminal record

Discrimination claims are usually related to the terms of employment, workplace conditions and incidents involving disability leave and other leaves, hiring and firing, use of company facilities, transfer, promotion, layoff or recall, and other employment situations.

For more than 30 years, our law firm has successfully resolved many state and federal employment law and labor law cases related to discrimination, retaliation and termination. Labor relations lawyer Richard V. Rappaport attempts to settle or mediate whenever feasible. Other avenues include Federal and State courts, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the New York State Division of Human Rights.

Richard V. Rappaport and Associates Represents Clients in Retaliation Lawsuits in Long Island and Throughout New York

Our law firm has a reputation for aggressively protecting the rights of our clients in cases of retaliation. We have in-depth knowledge of how to defend these types of cases.We have also obtained significant compensation for numerous clients who were subjected to retaliatory acts.

We offer free telephone consultations to ensure you have the information that can be crucial when making fully informed decisions about important next steps. We provide this service because we believe that every person should have the ability to understand his or her legal rights.

Sometimes, even if the discrimination is blatant and well documented, these cases can be very complex and difficult to resolve. We can evaluate your circumstances to determine whether a violation has occurred, explain the legal aspects and discuss your options with you.

Contact Nassau County employment discrimination attorney Richard V. Rappaport with offices in Suffolk County and Manhattan.