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Employment Discrimination

Dedicated Representation From Minneapolis Employment Discrimination Lawyers

Businessman at Wall (1mb)Everyone deserves the chance to earn a living and build a career, but when employers discriminate against employees and potential employees based on classifications that are unrelated to ability that chance is taken away.

At LeBlanc Law & Mediation, a Minneapolis, Minnesota, employment law firm, we are dedicated to providing zealous advocacy to individuals who have faced workplace discrimination based upon:

Employment discrimination can occur in any stage of the working relationship, not only in decisions regarding hiring and firing. Discrimination against employees can involve adverse employment actions affecting compensation, promotions, working conditions, benefits or retirement plans. It can also result in harassment, toleration of harassment or retaliation for fighting discrimination.

Personal Attention From Twin Cities Employment Discrimination Attorneys

When you have been the victim of discrimination at work, it can be difficult to know where to turn. At LeBlanc Law & Mediation, we will give you a safe place to tell your story. Our experienced Minneapolis employment lawyers take the time to get to know their clients, learning about their lives and how discrimination has affected them. Then, they provide practical, straightforward legal advice tailored to clients’ needs and goals.

We can assist you in filing charges of discrimination against your employer with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Minnesota Department of Human Rights. Whether you are hoping to settle quickly in mediation or fight to the end in court, our experienced Minneapolis employment law attorneys can see you through every stage of your case with personal attention and support.

Contact A Minneapolis Workplace Discrimination Attorney

To schedule a free initial consultation with a Minneapolis employment discrimination lawyer serving the Twin Cities metro area, contact LeBlanc Law & Mediation at 612-337-9530.

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