Employment & Civil Rights
Harassment and discrimination in the workplace can happen to anyone and take on different forms, such as verbal or physical. Your career is your livelihood – we’ll fight to protect your job and you from unfair and unequitable treatment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, orientation, disability or age. Our attorneys at McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP are advocates for all public and private employees who deserve fair treatment, equitable pay and the right to perform their job without abuse, neglect or harm. If you feel you have been unfairly treated at your workplace, your next call should be to McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP.
Fighting Discrimination in the Workplace
McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP has earned a reputation as one of California’s leading law firms representing police officers and firefighters who have suffered racial and sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation. As Panel Counsel to the Los Angeles Police Protective League and United Firefighters of Los Angeles City, our firm works in conjunction with union members, serving as a passionate advocate for peace officers and firefighters who dedicate their lives to protecting our cities. Are you a police officer or firefighter who has encountered discrimination or retaliation on the job? If yes, call us today at 310-474-1582.
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Your Los Angeles Employment and Civil Rights Attorneys
McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP are your employment and civil rights attorneys. At McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP, obtaining successful resolutions for clients is what our firm does best. Our attorneys believe in employers accountable for violating employment and civil rights. Our firm knows how to fight and win cases and has been doing exactly that for more than 25 years.
In another high-profile victory, McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP represented an LAPD officer who was fired from the department due to false accusations by another agency while he was helping his wife with a flat tire. He allegedly became belligerent and unruly with the other officers who were on the scene. Our firm obtained a favorable verdict on behalf of our client and returned him to his former position on the force, which was exceptionally difficult as police agencies rarely reinstate a peace officer after being terminated.
Our team at McNicholas & McNicholas, LLP understands the local, state and federal guidelines which are put in place to protect employees while on the job, including fair wages, hours worked and additional benefits. With the experience of a seasoned legal team, our-family-owned-and operated law firm establishes the professionalism and tenacity required to handle employment and civil rights issues. Contact our office today at 310-474-1582 to learn more.