Fair Employment and Housing Act Cases in Hollister

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Hollister employment law attorney, Bill Marder, is a fierce advocate who protects employees from harassment in the workplace. With more than two decades of experience and a wholehearted commitment to his employees, he can assist you if you have a claim concerning the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA).

He listens to each and every one of your concerns. If you have been wronged, and you would like to learn about what legal options may be available to you, please contact Marder Employment Law today for a free consultation.

What Is FEHA?

The Fair Employment and Housing Act was established to protect employees from harassment and discrimination while working. It also protects those employees from retaliation for resisting or pushing back against employers against wrongdoing. FEHA only encourages legal action when all other options have been exhausted between the employer and employee.

FEHA makes it illegal to discriminate an employee due to the following:

  • Age
  • Ancestry
  • Race
  • Ethnicity
  • Gender and gender identity
  • Genetics
  • Nation of origin
  • Pregnancy
  • Religion
  • Sexual orientation

Note that FEHA claims are governed by a strict statute of limitations, or in other words the time one has to file a claim. In California, that limitation is only one year from the time that the discrimination or otherwise illegal conduct occurred. Hollister employment lawyer, Bill Marder, is prepared to:

  • Represent employees who have been wronged
  • Take the necessary steps to file a claim promptly
  • Investigate further into the matter to determine what additional rights the employee may assert.

Bill Marder Works Quickly to Achieve Your Goals

Attorney Bill Marder has an extensive track record of success and a long history of helping his clients find the means to overcome their issues. If you have a dispute with an employer, or you believe you have been wronged, harassed, or discriminated against, please contact the firm as soon as possible.

Request your free case review by calling (888) 796-4010.

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