Race, National Origin and Foreign Accent Discrimination

Experienced Attorney for Victims of Race or National Origin Discrimination

Have employers refused to hire or promote you because of your national origin or foreign accent? Has the color of your skin negatively impacted your employment? Have you lost your job or been denied a promotion because of perceived difficulties in communicating in English? If your race, national origin or foreign accent has affected your employment, you may have recourse, Call The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn in Rockville. We are here to help you.

The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn

We’re Beside You Every Step of the Way

866-415-8698 | 301-637-0400 | Online Form

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it illegal for employers to base terms, conditions and benefits of employment on race, color or national origin. Regardless of the color of your skin, your national origin or your race, you have a right to a workplace free of
harassment and discrimination.

Our Lawyer Is Experienced in Protecting and Defending Your Rights.

The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn, we have represented numerous victims of race and national origin discrimination. We understand the plight of employees who have lost their jobs. We also understand the importance of fair treatment in promotional opportunities, pay and other terms of employment. The law may be on your side and we will help to protect your rights.

Our lawyer,
Steven C. Kahn, has been practicing labor and employment law since 1969. He knows the law and he tenaciously represents his clients in the most efficient, cost-effective manner. He is ready to work for you.

Contact The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn.

Located just minutes from the Rockville Metro and from the Montgomery County district and circuit courthouses,
The Law Offices of Steven C. Kahn are conveniently located and wheelchair accessible. Our office hours are by appointment and our phones are answered 24 hours every day. Please
contact us today if you are the victim of illegal employment practices or discriminatory working conditions. Call 866-415-8698 or 301-637-0400 or complete our
online form to submit detailed information about your employment law case.

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