Columbus Racial Discrimination Attorneys

Find the right Racial Discrimination attorney in Columbus, OH

In Ohio, racial discrimination is prohibited under both the U.S. Constitution and Title VII of the U.S. Code. Employers are barred according to theses laws from using race as a basis for hiring, recruitment, setting wage levels, or granting promotions.

What Must Be Proven in a Discrimination Claim?

The federal agency that is in charge of investigations of workplace discrimination is the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Before taking issues to court, employees that have been discriminated against must file their claim with the EEOC. Discrimination based on race involves an employer who treats worker(s) differently than workers who are of another racial background.

To be successful in a racial discrimination claim, the Columbus employee must further show that their employee had the required intent to discriminate based upon the person's race. This intent is most often shown by proving that the employer preferentially treated those of other races and nationalities.

How Can a Columbus Lawyer Help with My Claim?

Recorded statements about racial issues that were made by the employer can also be used in some cases to prove intent. Depending on where you file your claim, the procedural laws will vary considerably, and so a Columbus lawyer will help familiarize you with the requirements for your district. A Ohio lawyer may also assist you with filing a claim with the EEOC as well as guide you to other possible remedies while the case is pending.

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Life in Columbus

Columbus is the largest city in the State of Ohio. It's also the Ohio State Capital and seat of Franklin County government. Consequently, you're going to find nearly every kind of case in the area should be filed with Ohio State or Franklin County Courts in Columbus. Columbus lawyers are familiar with local court cases like personal injury, divorce, and criminal cases while many others focus on Federal cases link bankruptcy and U.S. Immigration Court cases.

It's not only lawyers and politicians in Columbus; this #1 up-coming tech city was also named Business Week's best place to raise a family in the United States. But the singles scene is Columbus is renown as well. Men's Health Magazine ranked Columbus as the second most sexually satisfied city in the United States and Marie Claire Magazine declared it the 18th best place for a woman to find a good date.

Business is the major propellant behind Columbus' popularity. Five Fortune 500 companies call Columbus home: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, American Electric Power, Limited Brands, Big Lots, and Momentive Specialty Chemicals. Columbus is consistently named one of the top 10 U.S. cities in which to conduct business. In 2009 alone, Columbus metropolitan businesses profited over billion. The diverse Columbus economy offers everything from education, banking, energy, defense, and research to logistics, medical, steel, technology, and hospitality. No matter what you business may be, it seems Columbus is the place to go.

USA Travel Guide named the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium the best in the United States adding to the popularity of Columbus as a tourist destination. Top-notch public transportation connecting Columbus' various universities and colleges to the neighborhoods and city attractions. The Ohio Judicial Center is an outstanding of Art Deco style architecture while the Wexner Center and Nationwide Plaza designed by Peter Eisenman offer a contemporary charm all their own.

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