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Workplace Discrimination

Workplace discrimination is an area where Cadry Law Group demonstrates its commitment to justice and equality. In California, employees are protected against discrimination in the workplace by a robust legal framework, including the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). This act prohibits discrimination based on race, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, and other protected characteristics. Our team is dedicated to upholding these protections and advocating for employees who have suffered from discriminatory practices in their workplaces.

California’s legal stance on workplace discrimination is among the most progressive in the nation, offering broader protections than federal law in many cases.

Despite these laws, discrimination still occurs in various forms, including hiring and firing decisions, promotion and pay disparities, hostile work environments, and unequal treatment based on personal characteristics. At Cadry Law Group, we understand the nuances of these laws and have extensive experience in handling complex discrimination cases. We work diligently to investigate claims, gather evidence, and build strong cases to support our clients’ rights.

Our approach combines legal rigor with a deep understanding of the personal impact that discrimination can have on an individual's career and well-being. We recognize that each case is unique and requires a tailored strategy, whether negotiating settlements or pursuing litigation. Our firm is committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients, aiming to restore their dignity and secure their rightful place in the workplace.

If you believe you have been a victim of workplace discrimination, do not hesitate to contact Cadry Law Group. We offer a consultation to discuss your situation and explore the legal options available under California law. Our experienced team is ready to provide the support and representation you need to challenge discrimination and seek justice.

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