Employment Discrimination

Employment Discrimination Attorneys in New York City

Committed to Fighting for Your Rights

Federal, state, and local laws protect New York employees against discrimination based on certain characteristics, including national origin, religion, race and color, gender and sexual orientation. If you believe you were discriminated against in the workplace or wrongfully terminated due to discrimination, you should not hesitate to retain skilled legal counsel. At Hamilton Clarke, LLP in New York City, our employment discrimination attorneys are backed by more than 50 years of combined experience and success, which we will use to your advantage.

Call our law office today at (646) 603-0522 to schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to learn more about your rights and how we can help you.

Protecting You Against Employment Discrimination

When it comes to racial discrimination, there are two essential federal laws that protect employees – Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 42 U.S.C. 1981. Although these two statutes are similar, they have their own unique distinctions that keep them separate.

Here is what you need to know about Section 1981:

  • An EEOC charge does not have to be filed when pursuing a discrimination case under Section 1981
  • Section 1981 has a longer statute of limitations than Title VII
  • Damages are not capped under Section 1981
  • Section 1981 only applies to race discrimination while Title VII protects
  • Against religious discrimination, sex discrimination, and more.

Regardless of the type of case you have, you can rely on our legal team to work tirelessly on your behalf to secure the best possible outcome for your case.

We handle all manner of employment discrimination matters, including cases that involve discrimination based on:

  • Disabilities
  • Age
  • Marital status
  • National origin
  • Genetic characteristics
  • Gender identity
  • Political activities
  • Familial status
  • Military status
  • Sexual orientation
  • Domestic violence victim status

Many cities also have their own laws that provide additional protections. For example, in New York City, it is illegal for employers to discriminate based on a person’s credit history and the New York City Human Rights Law makes it clear that independent contractors have the same anti-discrimination protections as other employees. It is one of the most extensive workplace anti-discrimination laws in the United States.

Were You Wrongfully Terminated? Call Our Law Office in New York City Today!

If you were wrongfully terminated based on discrimination, you should hire an experienced attorney to handle your case and protect your rights as an employee. At Hamilton Clarke, LLP in New York City, our team is dedicated to providing exceptional representation, so you can rest assured your case is in good hands with us.

Reach out to our law firm today at (646) 603-0522 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to get started on your employment discrimination case and find out more about your rights. 


Why People Choose Hamilton Clarke, LLP

  • State & Federal Cases

    We Handle Both State & Federal Cases and Are Not Afraid to Take a Case to Trial

  • Five Decades of Experience
    Our High-Level Trial Attorneys Bring Over 50 Years of Combined Legal Experience
  • Proven Track Record

    We Have Successfully Handled Over 10,000 Cases

  • Available 24/7
    Being Accessible to Meet Our Clients' Needs is Important to Us

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