Discrimination Law Firms in El Paso, TX (7)

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1.23 miles | Serving El Paso, TX
Are you being discriminated against by your employer? Call now for free initial consultation.
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0.71 miles | 909 East Rio Grande, Second Floor, El Paso, TX 79902
Texas Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law - Call today for Free Consultation.
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0.46 miles | 201 E. Main Drive, Suite 1350, El Paso, TX 79901
Accomplished trial lawyers serving individuals and businesses in Texas and New Mexico. We focus on business disputes, appeals, construction defense, personal injury, products liability, wrongful discharge, defamation, and health care claims
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1.23 miles | 1801 North Stanton, El Paso, TX 79902
"Fighting for the rights of fired workers," Free Initial Consultation.
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0.24 miles | 521 Texas Avenue, El Paso, TX 79901-1417
El Paso's Most Experienced Board Certified Consumer and Commercial Lawyer
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7.33 miles | 7362 Remcon Circle, El Paso, TX 79912
www.SMIGIELLEGAL.com Serving the El Paso and Fort Bliss communities in Personal Injury, Divorce and Military Divorce representation.
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Serving El Paso, TX 79901
We represent federal government and private sector employees. Free phone consultation for people who have been fired or denied wages. Many cases taken on contingency. Call now for help! (202) 463-6036.
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Discrimination law is the branch of law that covers discrimination and refers to unfair treatment that is based on a characteristic protected by the federal and state nondiscriminatory laws, such as age, disability, sex, national origin, race, color, or religious beliefs. Unfair treatment that occurs in the workplace, housing, public accommodations, education, voting rights, or criminal process may implicate anti discrimination laws, such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Fair Housing Act, and the Voting Rights Act.