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New Orleans Racial Discrimination Lawyer

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Located in New Orleans, racial discrimination attorney James Arruebarrena assists clients throughout Louisiana who have been discriminated against by their employer or denied a job because of their race.

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.

Title VII Protection

Employment discrimination is prohibited by state and federal law. Title VII prohibits employers from discriminating against employees or treating employees in a discriminatory manner because of their race. In addition, you cannot be passed over for promotion, denied benefits or denied work assignments because of your race.

You cannot be discharged or denied employment because of your race. Mr. Arruebarrena has been assisting clients in race discrimination claims since 1993. He understands the laws and has the litigation experience to help you. He will take the time to learn about your situation and your goals, and will take the time to explain your options and the legal process. We invite you to learn more about our firm and how we can serve you throughout your employment law case.

What Is Race Discrimination?

Race discrimination is disparate treatment because of your race. In the workplace, it can include the following:

  • Segregation based on race or national origin
  • Employment opportunities (or the denial of access to employment opportunities) based on race or national origin
  • Harassment, including racial slurs and inappropriate remarks, based on race or national origin
  • Wage differentiation based on race or national origin
  • Any other disparate treatment based on race or national origin

If you believe you have been the victim of employer retaliation after formally complaining about racial discrimination, it is important to contact our law office immediately. Mr. Arruebarrena is ready to listen to your situation, protect your rights and get you the compensation you deserve.

Contact an Experienced New Orleans Racial Discrimination Attorney

Schedule a confidential consultation with Mr. Arruebarrena by calling us at 504-322-1272 . You may also contact our employment law firm online. If your employer unlawfully made you suffer, let us help you make them pay.