Title VII: Sex, Race, National Origin And Religious Discrimination

Addressing A Wide Swath Of Discrimination Issues

If you believe that your employer has fired, demoted or treated you unfairly in other ways, you might have a claim for employment discrimination. From a legal perspective, the essential question becomes: Why were you treated unfairly? If discrimination on the basis of race, sex, age, disability, religion or another protected classification seems to be the most likely explanation, the lawyers at Thatcher Law Firm would like to hear from you. Contact one of our employment law attorneys for a consultation about your legal rights and options for further action and hopeful resolution.

What Is Discrimination?

Unfavorable treatment on the basis of protected status is unlawful. Discrimination is prohibited by federal, state and local laws if it is based on:

  • Race
  • Age
  • Sex
  • Disability
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Family status or marital status (Maryland, effective October 2007)
  • Sexual orientation (Washington, D.C., and Maryland)

Thatcher Law Firm has the experience and practical understanding of discrimination claims against small businesses, major corporations, and government agencies that can make a crucial difference in the development, investigation, and success of your claim. We know how to look through and beyond employers’ excuses for unlawful treatment of employees, and we know how to prove your damages in the maximum amount available under the law. Because we are highly selective, as our client you will benefit from our involvement, close attention to you, and thorough understanding of the facts of your case.

Let Us Help You Take Action Now

Contact us for additional information about our ability to represent you in an employment discrimination case. Call us today at 301-850-1246 or use our online form. We serve clients throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.