The employment lawyers at The Spitz Law Firm, LLC are here to help you.
Some employment lawyers can tell you what the books say, but couldn’t find the Court, let alone litigate a sexual harassment case in front of jury.
After successfully taking on many Fortune 500 companies, in 2013, Brian Spitz was recognized in Newsweek Magazine as one the 30 overall “Nationwide Top Attorneys.” Previously, in 2012, Brian Spitz was recognized in Newsweek Magazine as one of the Top 20 Leaders in Employment Law in the United States for 2012.
Unfortunately, the glass ceiling is still there and women face bosses, managers, and supervisors that discrimination and sexually harass them on a daily basis.
Our Ohio employment law lawyers deal with gender discrimination every day at our Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Dayton, and Youngstown offices.
It is really tricky to know your employment law rights in the modern workplace.
If you are saying, “I’m being discriminated at work,” then you have come to the right place.
Discrimination lawyers, particularly employment discrimination attorneys, often find themselves in the difficult position of having to explain the difference between an employer acting wrong and acting unlawfully.
The intricacies of employment discrimination law, unlike as other areas of law, require the guidance of skilled and experienced lawyers to navigate the handling discrimination claims. Under its common definition, discrimination is simply choosing between two alternatives.
Unfortunately, since post-9/11 and recent attacks around the world, anti-immigrant atmosphere has become more widespread and prevalent in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo, Youngstown, and Dayton, and all cities and towns across Ohio, as well as across the United States.
But, under Ohio Revised Code § 4112.02, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Civil Rights Act of 1866, it is illegal for any employer to discriminate against an employee because of the employee’s national origin or ethnic background. Paying workers less than minimum wage is wage theft.
Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) requires that virtually every employee is paid according to the federally mandated minimum wage, currently set at .25 per hour (in Ohio the minimum wages has been raised to .10 through State legislation). The vast majority of Ohio employees are entitled to a minimum wage.