Race & Color Discrimination
Award-Winning Advocacy for Employees in New York
New York is a diverse state with a long history of multi-cultural acceptance
and celebration. No one should be forced to experience discrimination
in New York. At Schwartz & Perry LLP, we are passionate about
protecting the civil rights of employees in this state. Both federal and state laws in New York protect employees
from race and color discrimination, including the New York City Human
Rights Law and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Fighting for Your Employee Rights
Race-based employment discrimination can take many forms, from inappropriate
racial remarks to offensive ethnic slurs to firing a current employee
or refusing to hire a qualified applicant due to his / her race or color.
Employment law is very strict in its protection of employees on the basis
of race and ethnic appearance. Anyone can be the victim of race bias at
work, including Caucasians, African-Americans, Latinos, Asians, Native
Americans, Pacific Islanders, Native Hawaiians, Arabs, and multi-racial
If you have been treated less favorably at your place of work, there is
no reason to not contact a
New York race discrimination lawyer from our award-winning firm. We are one of the first law firms in New
York to focus on employment law. With
110 years of collective experience, you can rely on our legal team to protect your rights and interests,
whether the discrimination you experienced was based on your nation of
origin, your ethnic-linked appearance, the race of your spouse, or another
More Than a Century of Legal Experience on Your Side
From touting over-generalized stereotypes about different ethnic groups
to making hiring choices based on an individual's race, talk to our
firm if your employee rights have been violated in New York. If you have
reason to believe that your rights to a fair and non-discriminatory workplace
were violated, discuss your situation with an experienced
New York employment discrimination lawyer as soon as possible.
Call Schwartz & Perry LLP today.