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Being unfairly treated in the workplace due to your gender is not only unfair, it is unlawful under state and federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act.  Examples of gender discrimination include employers providing fewer opportunities to women because they believe men are better equipped to do the work, or preventing a man from taking leave to care for an ill child because the employer believes that is a woman’s job.

If you have been fired or unfairly treated due to your gender, you need the experienced trial lawyers at Rathod | Mohamedbhai LLC on your side.  We carefully examine all aspects of your case, from overt actions by your supervisor and coworkers to the presence of subjective evaluations and other workplace practices that are susceptible to discriminatory abuse.

Depending on the facts of your case, it may be challenging to prove the existence of gender discrimination in court, but we are equipped to do just that.  Our attorneys are routinely in state and federal court, assertively and effectively advocating for clients in matters involving gender discrimination and other employment law violations.  We know how to gather relevant evidence and build strong cases that expose improper employer actions.

Gender Discrimination Law Firm

Although gender discrimination can involve any type of workplace conduct, it frequently involves unequal treatment between women and men with regard to:

  • Promotion
  • Salary
  • Commission
  • Benefits packages
  • Hiring
  • Firing and lay offs

For matters involving these or other issues, such as sexual harassment, we ensure that your rights are vindicated and that employers know that illegal gender-based actions will never be tolerated.

Pregnancy Discrimination

Gender discrimination is especially relevant in situations involving pregnancy.  We have successfully represented many clients who were improperly demoted or fired following pregnancy leave, maternity leave, or other permitted time off under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or Pregnancy Discrimination Act.

Contact Our Gender Bias Attorneys

Call 303-578-4400 or fill out our online form to contact our firm and discuss your case with our experienced employment attorneys.