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ACLU Sued By Black Worker For The Second Time In One Year

By Law Offices of Carol M. Galloway, P.A. |

Among the organizations least likely to face employment discrimination lawsuits should be the ACLU, which routinely holds U.S. corporations and the U.S. government accountable for discriminatory practices and civil rights abuses. Nonetheless, two former Black employees have filed discrimination lawsuits for raising concerns about the ACLU’s policy. They both said that they faced retaliation… Read More »

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Filing a Complaint with the EEOC versus Hiring a Discrimination Lawyer

By Law Offices of Carol M. Galloway, P.A. |

There are two separate facts that those filing discrimination complaints should understand. First, you may be required to file a complaint with the EEOC before filing a lawsuit in federal court. While you don’t need an employment discrimination attorney, you should have one. The EEOC will take a small fraction of cases that pass… Read More »

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What is a Protected Class When it Comes to Employment Discrimination?

By Law Offices of Carol M. Galloway, P.A. |

When the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act was passed, it granted employees broadscale protection from employers, preventing discriminatory practices in hiring, firing, or promoting. Every state in the U.S. has adopted this law and some states have gone well beyond the text of the law to extend protections to others. In this… Read More »

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