New Orleans Employee Discrimination Attorney
Located in New Orleans, attorney James Arruebarrena has been representing employees throughout Louisiana who have been discriminated against in the workplace, in violation of Louisiana and federal law (including Title VII).
Unfortunately, unfair treatment alone does not always equate to discrimination. To have a case, you have to show that something unfair happened because of a prohibited reason (i.e. race, gender, age, or disability). Mr. Arruebarrena can personally evaluate your case to determine if you have a case.
If possible, please call to consult Mr. Arruebarrena before quitting your job or taking action.
He can advise you on the proper way of handling the situation and even help you draft a formal letter of protest.
Our practice is focused on protecting employee rights, including handling discrimination claims on behalf of Louisiana employees. Mr. Arruebarrena understands the stress and hardship you face when you are held back, singled out, or terminated because of discrimination. He has been handling discrimination claims since 1993, and has earned a reputation for being tough on employers and for getting results. For information regarding why Mr. Arruebarrena is the right lawyer for you, please visit our Firm Overview page.
What Types of Discrimination Does Federal and State Law Prohibit?
Federal law prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of protected classes, including the following types of discrimination:
- Retaliation and Wrongful Termination
- Disability Discrimination
- Race Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Age Discrimination
- Religion or Religious Discrimination
- National Origin Discrimination
Employment discrimination includes being passed over for promotion, being terminated, being paid unfair or unequal wages, being denied benefits, or being given (or prohibited) from certain work assignments based on one of the above reasons.
Contact an Experienced New Orleans Employee Discrimination Attorney
In addition to the federal and state types of employment discrimination listed above, your employer also cannot terminate your employment or discharge you for filing a complaint alleging discrimination. For more information about discrimination laws, or to discuss your situation, please schedule a confidential consultation with Mr. Arruebarrena by calling us at 504-525-2520 , e-mailing us , or filling out our employment law intake form on our Contact Us page. If your employer unlawfully made you suffer; let us help you make them pay.