At Ury & Moskow, LLC, we are champions of the rights of individuals, and work to see that federal and state laws regarding employment discrimination are enforced. Our lawyers are prepared to handle claims involving discrimination based on age, color, disability, gender, sexual preference, and nationality, in addition to claims for sexual harassment, tolerance of a hostile work environment, and wrongful termination. Our attorneys serve clients in Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Danbury, Waterbury and all of Westchester County, Connecticut, and New York and Washington, DC, from offices in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Washington, DC.
Age · Gender · Race · Sexual Preference · Disability
Many commonly accepted employment practices violate the law; on the other hand, not every unfair hiring or management practice constitutes illegal discrimination. The attorneys at Ury & Moskow, LLC have the training and experience to know the difference and protect your rights.
Our lawyers are skilled negotiators and zealous advocates, well-equipped to handle all phases of an employment discrimination action, including mediation or arbitration, trial in a state or federal court, or a state or federal appeal. The attorneys carefully examine all facts surrounding a claim to identify the necessary distinctions and develop a strong case for our client. We have successfully recovered substantial sums for our clients in workplace discrimination lawsuits.
It is best to consult with an employment law attorney with experience in workplace discrimination before discussing your claim with anyone or taking any action. At Ury & Moskow, LLC, potential clients are provided with complimentary consultations. Contact our office to make arrangements.
Federal employment discrimination law involves a body of statutes, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin; the Equal Pay Act of 1963, designed to prevent gender-based discrimination; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, which protects workers who are 40 years of age or older; and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which requires employers to make reasonable accommodations and prevents discrimination against employees with disabilities. Most states have laws that closely parallel these federal statutes.
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Our success in recovering for our clients is the result of both the skill of our attorneys in the courtroom and our ability to demonstrate how the specific facts surrounding a unique case, interpreted in light of these statutes, constitute a violation of the employee’s right to freedom from discriminatory hiring or management policies.