Fort Lee Gender Discrimination Attorneys

Bergen County Employment Law Claims for Sex Bias

The Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination on the basis of a person's sex. Yet nearly 50 years later, many women still face harassment, unequal treatment, lesser compensation and barriers to advancement.

If you have been subjected to sex discrimination, you will need skilled and knowledgeable representation to assert your rights and hold the employer accountable. Experienced Fort Lee employment law attorney Jae E. Lee and her team have handled gender bias cases across New Jersey.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 201 346-3800 to speak with an experienced New Jersey employment discrimination lawyer.

Gender Discrimination in Employment

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act specifically prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in hiring, job duties, discipline, promotion and other aspects of employment. The Equal Pay Act requires that women be paid the same as men for the same or comparable jobs. The highest courts have also held that sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination under Title VII.

Jae Lee Law has brought successful lawsuits against New Jersey employers for all forms of gender discrimination:

  • Refusal to hire women for "male" jobs
  • "Glass ceiling" claims (failure to promote women)
  • Unequal pay and job perks
  • Unwanted sexual advances or touching
  • Other behavior constituting a hostile work environment

Sex discrimination is personally demeaning and economically harmful. We will pursue your compensation for back pay, front pay, emotional distress and other applicable damages. We represent individuals and groups of female employees whose rights were violated.

Hackensack Law Firm for Sex Discrimination Lawsuits

Many women are reluctant to speak up about unequal treatment for fear of dismissal or retaliation. We provide a free, discreet consultation to discuss your circumstances and your potential claims. Your employer will not find out unless you decide to go forward.

We represent employment discrimination clients on a contingency fee basis, so you don't pay anything unless we win compensation for you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 201 346-3800.


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