Employment Law in Royal Oak Michigan
Employment should be a level playing field, based upon merit. Employers cannot discriminate against you based upon your race, gender, religion, pregnancy status, sexual orientation, handicap status or age. They cannot ask for sexual favors or sexually harass you at work. Nor can they retaliation against you when you file complaints on that conduct with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR). They can’t fire you when you report their illegal conduct to Michigan Occupational Health and Safety Administration (MIOSHA). When they violate these laws, you need an expert team to bring them to justice.
We can help you with the following kinds of employment law cases:
Racial & Pregnancy Discrimination
Handicap Discrimination (ADA Claims)
Retaliation for Protected Activity
Whistle Blower Retaliation
Wrongful Denial of Pension Benefits
James B. Rasor
Attorney and Counselor
Protecting the Civil Rights of Individuals Since 1994
Our firm’s founder, James B. Rasor, has more than 25 years of experience in representing individuals in various employment law matters involving civil abuse, including in our own prisons. We have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for those whose civil rights have been infringed upon by the government, police, or employers. Our legal team is committed to pursuing justice on behalf of the wrongfully treated. As our client, you can rest assured in knowing that every single detail of your employment law case will be addressed by our meticulous and aggressive legal team.
Consult a Royal Oak employment law attorney in a free case review!
Please don’t hesitate to seek our legal assistance for your employment law matter as soon as possible. The sooner you take action, the sooner we can help you reach a positive outcome. We believe your civil rights are worth fighting for and we will not rest until we settle your case in an effective and timely manner.
Contact our firm today to learn more about how we can help with your employment law issue.