Discrimination Law Firms in Hauppauge, NY (9)

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Serving Suffolk County, New York
National Reputation for Excellence in Securities and Investment Law, Commercial Litigation & Real Estate Investments.
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
Bartlett, McDonough, & Monaghan's area of practice is civil litigation with a major emphasis in the medical malpractice defense field.
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
Family Owned, experienced, professional firm handling primarily Criminal Defense, Divorce, Family Law, Personal Injury and Real Estate. Come in for a free consultation and let us treat you like a member of our family!
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
Attorney at Law
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
A full service AV Rated law firm located in Garden City, New York. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all aspects of commercial transactions and litigation. We provide a full range of legal services to a diverse clientele.
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
New York City Employment Lawyers
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
People, Business, Labor & Employment, Education, State & Federal Litigation, Civil Rights, Landlord & Tenant, Real Estate, Estates, Administrative Hearings. 800-206-7375
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
Fighting for Justice
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Serving Suffolk County, New York
A highly rated Law Firm practicing Discrimination law.
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Peer Rating 4.9 / 5.0
Discrimination

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.