Retaliation is, unfortunately, an all too common phenomenon at work. What this means is that an employee has either asserted a charge of discrimination at work, or helped somebody else complain about discrimination at work. Then the employer turns around and retaliates against that employee by, for example, firing them, reducing their pay, denying them a promotion. Federal law makes it very clear that this type of retaliatory behavior is not acceptable and that it’s illegal. If it’s something that you’ve experienced at work, it’s important to get legal advice on that claim as quickly as possible.
Maryland Washington DC Virginia Discrimination Attorneys
Hiring a proven and effective advocate is critical to obtaining the maximum recovery in an employment discrimination case. Eric Bachman, Chair of the Firm’s Discrimination Practice, has substantial experience litigating precedent-setting individual and class action discrimination cases. His wins include a $100 million settlement in a disparate impact Title VII class action and a $16 million class action settlement against a major grocery chain.
As Special Litigation Counsel in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice and as lead or co-counsel in numerous jury trials, Bachman is a litigator ready to fight for you to obtain the relief that you deserve.
Bachman writes frequently on employment discrimination issues at the Glass Ceiling Discrimination Blog and has been quoted in national media about discrimination cases. U.S. News and Best Lawyers® have named Zuckerman Law a Tier 1 firm in Litigation – Labor and Employment in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Contact us today to find out how we can help you. To schedule a preliminary consultation, click here or call us at (202) 769-1681.