At this unprecedented time, Dreyer Boyajian is still here to serve all of your legal needs. Out of an abundance of caution, we, like many other companies, have implemented several measures to protect the well-being of our clients, employees, and community. Employees have been asked to work remotely and we are taking steps to practice social distancing and deep cleaning within all of our facilities. We have full access to your files and are able to be reached 24/7 through phone, email, text, or free video conferencing services such as: Zoom, Skype, or FaceTime.
Employees in New York State are protected by one of the most comprehensive employment discrimination statutes in the nation, the New York State Human Rights Law. Under this law, it is unlawful for employers to discriminate against employees in the terms, conditions, compensation, or privileges of employment on the basis of an employee’s:
In addition to the New York State Human Rights Law, there are also numerous other state and federal statutes that may offer protection to employees that have been subjected to a discriminatory or harassing working environment. Dreyer Boyajian LLP is committed to protecting the rights of employees that have been subjected to discrimination or harassment on the basis of any of the above characteristics. We have experience litigating employment discrimination claims in both state and federal court, as well as in the New York State Division of Human Rights and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Discrimination can take many forms including, but not limited to, being terminated or disciplined, being subjected to harassing or intimidating comments and a hostile or abusive work environment, and being treated less favorably than other employees.
If you believe you have been discriminated against by your employer, call or text message us today at (518) 463-7784 for a free initial case consultation.
In addition to representing employees that have been discriminated against at their workplaces, our employment discrimination attorneys also have substantial experience representing employers in investigations of workplace misconduct and in responding appropriately to allegations of employment discrimination in the workplace. It is important for all employers to take allegations of misconduct in the workplace seriously. When allegations of workplace misconduct come to light, Dreyer Boyajian LLP can assist you with ensuring that you and your employees’ rights are protected.
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As knowledgeable civil rights lawyers in Albany, our firm has the tools and experience necessary to protect your rights and pursue justice. Find out how we can serve your needs by calling (518) 463-7784.