Religious Discrimination

Religious discrimination is prohibited in the workplace by federal law. This prohibition applies to all employers who have at least 15 employees. The EEOC investigates charges of religious discrimination, and in most cases, takes no further action. Eventually, the EEOC issues a Right to Sue letter giving the employee 90 days to file a lawsuit in court.

Our law firm, Coane and Associates, represents individuals with such claims, and has done so against such large employers as Chik-Fil-A, Southwest Airlines and others. Attached is an interesting article about a religious discrimination case going to trial this week in California.

Click the article : Ex-NASA Employee Claims Discrimination for His Beliefs

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About the author: Bruce Coane is an attorney who specializes in labor and employment law, and, immigration law, with offices in Florida and Texas. He may be reached at houstonlaw@aol.com, 713-850-0066 or 305-538-6800.

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