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Race Discrimination

Minneapolis Race Discrimination Attorneys

Black Man Apart Coworkers (1mb)In 1964, the Civil Rights Act made it illegal for employers to discriminate based on race in employment matters. Unfortunately, decades later many workers still find that their career paths are blocked by discrimination in the workplace.

At LeBlanc Law & Mediation, a Minneapolis, Minnesota, employment law firm, we are dedicated to helping clients fight against racial discrimination. We provide aggressive advocacy for clients bringing claims under federal and state laws, protecting their rights throughout the entire legal process.

Twin Cities Employment Attorneys Advocating Against Racial Discrimination

Race discrimination can be apparent and obvious, but it can also be subtle and hard to prove. At LeBlanc Law & Mediation, we work closely with clients to build effective arguments that shine a light on discrimination by employers.

Discrimination based on race can take many forms, and often affects:

  • Hiring decisions
  • Promotions
  • Pay rates
  • Working conditions
  • Layoffs or termination decisions

At LeBlanc Law & Mediation, we offer free initial consultations, during which time our attorneys have the opportunity to learn about your situation and can provide insight into the strengths and weaknesses of your case. Our straightforward legal advice is given with no strings attached, so that you can make an informed decision about how you want to move forward.

Our staff is dedicated to providing attentive service every step of the way. We strive to answer all calls and emails on the same business day and are always available to answer our clients’ questions and discuss their concerns.

Contact A Minneapolis Race Discrimination Lawyer

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

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