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Top California Gender Discrimination Lawyers Defending Against Gender Discrimination in the Workplace
State law forbids sexual orientation and gender discrimination when it comes to any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, pay, job assignments, promotions, layoff, training, fringe benefits, and any other term or condition of employment.
The state of California is known for its strong worker protection laws – including gender discrimination laws and gender discrimination in the workplace.
The gender discrimination law in California that most people refer back to is the Fair Employment and Housing Act, or FEHA. However, there are other laws that protect people from some aspects of gender discrimination, such as the Fair Pay Act and the California Equal Pay Act of 1949.
With these gender discrimination laws in California, your employer (or a potential employer) cannot discriminate against you when it comes to:
- Job assignments
- Other terms and conditions of employment
If an employer does discriminate against you because of your gender, gender identity or gender expression, or your perceived gender, you may have legal grounds to sue.
If you believe you are the victim of gender discrimination in the workplace, we can help you. Speak with a gender discrimination lawyer who specializes in getting results under California law before you file a complaint.
Every case is different, but recent clients of Remedy Law Group have been awarded these settlements after experiencing gender discrimination in the workplace.
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Our experienced California gender discrimination lawyers have the knowledge and experience to get you results in all judicial forums because we have a full understanding of all state laws that may affect your gender discrimination claim.
We are experts when it comes to California gender discrimination laws. We will navigate the entire process from drafting your complaint, to filing it in the correct forum, to gathering evidence to support your gender discrimination claim, to being by your side in court or at the arbitration table.