Michigan Employment Discrimination Law Attorneys

We can help you by filing a complaint at EEOC or the Michigan State Division of Human Rights and by suing the employer in court for discrimination of an employee’s:

Race
Color
Gender
National origin
Ethnic identity
Religion


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Racial Discrimination in Michigan
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Racial discrimination in the workplace is strictly illegal. Under federal law, it’s prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. In Michigan, employers cannot discriminate against employees on the
basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, or age.





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Michigan Wrongful Termination
Wrongful termination in Michigan is when an employer fires an employee out of improper or illegal reasons. Michigan is an “at-will employment” state.  That means that the employment relationship can be ended without prior notice or warning by the employer or the employee at any time and for any reason.

However, there are important exceptions to the at-will employment doctrine. One of these exceptions is that an employer cannot discharge an employee if the termination is in violation of public policy. Typically these claims arise when an employee: 1) refuses to engage in an illegal activity; 2) blows the whistle on illegal activity.


If you think you've been wrongfully discharged from your position, you may have a legal claim that should be discussed with our experienced attorney. The employment lawyers will stand ready to fight for you.
We have extensive experience in handling
Wrongful Termination Cases
RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, prohibits discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
Retaliation

The EEOC strictly prohibits retaliation when an employee files a charge of discrimination or participates in the investigation of a charge of discrimination against his employer. If an employer suddenly terminates an employee because he asserts his civil rights, the employee might have a claim of retaliation against his employer, based on the timing of the employer's actions. In addition to the public policy exception related to at-will employment, if an employer's discharge appears questionable and causally related to an employee's contact with the EEOC about his civil rights, it could result in a violation of the EEOC rules that prohibit retaliation.
Discrimination

If you feel you are being treated differently from other employees at work because of your age, race, gender, religion, pregnancy, disability or medical condition, you may be a victim of workplace discrimination.
Our Michigan experienced employment lawyer can help determine whether you may have an employment discrimination claim.

Some of the most common types of discrimination include:

Age Discrimination
Racial Discrimination
Pregnancy Discrimination
Sex Discrimination and equal pay
Disability or Handicap Discrimination
Religion or belief discrimination
AIDS and HIV discrimination
Medical Condition (Cancer)

We Are Committed to Winning Your Case

If you or a loved one has suffered from sexual harassment or work place discrimination, the attorneys at Advanta Law have the resources and tools necessary to investigate the claim and determine if the employee and company are at fault. We are committed to winning your case and maximizing your compensation. If you or a loved one has been harassed or discriminated against, call our law firm today. We offer free consultation to discuss your rights.
5 things that you’ll lose your sexual harassment case
1- You didn’t report it to the right people in management

2- You “asked for it.

3- You gave mixed signals out of a desire to be polite.

4- You didn’t cooperate in the investigation

5- You made it up



If you've been the victim of  harassment in Detroit areas, Sexual Discrimination In the Workplace, employment discrimination, disability discrimination and need an experienced Michigan employment lawyer, please call our law firm at 1-248-281-6299 for a free consultation. We are located in Southfield, Michigan.