Discrimination Based On National Origin
Under the Missouri Human Rights Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is illegal for an employer to discriminate against you because of your national origin.
Pursuing a case for discrimination is different than other types of cases. There is a specific process one must follow to preserve his or her right to sue in court (see our Employment Discrimination page for more details).
The national origin discrimination suit process can be complicated. It may be extremely beneficial to have someone fighting for you through the complaint process and in your lawsuit. How the Charge is completed may affect who the employee can sue; where they can sue; as well as the compensation they may be eligible to receive.
Our Lawyers Are Ready To Help
The attorneys within the “Employment Law Group” at Hall Ansley have been involved in every type of discrimination case. We assist clients who are still employed, have recently quit or been fired or who remain out of work after their discharge. We help our clients file their Charge of Discrimination and, after receiving their “right to sue” letter, help them file suit and seek justice for the harm they suffered.
While the process of pursuing a national origin discrimination claim may seem daunting, we have successfully helped clients recover significant results in employment discrimination cases. With more than 150 years of combined legal experience, we have the experience and knowledge to successfully assist with handling each unique situation.