Civil Rights / Employment

The workplace isn't always fair.  But there are laws in place to protect your rights as an employee.  If you feel that your employer may have broken the law and that you're entitled to compensation, you can contact the office of Matchett Law to set up an initial consultation.

If you're experiencing workplace discrimination, you don't have to suffer in silence.  There are many federal, state, and local laws designed to protect your rights.

If you're being sexually harassed at work, you don't need to suffer in silence - or worry that you'll face retaliation if you come forward.  Workplace sexual harassment is illegal.  If you're experiencing or have experienced sexual harassment, there are laws to protect you.  Federal, state, and local laws to protect employees from: Unwelcome sexual advances; Unwanted sexual demands; Being forced to work in a sexually hostile work environment.

Civil Rights/Employment Practice Area include, but is not limited to: 

  • Discrimination/Retaliation;
  • Age Discrimination;
  • Disability Discrimination;
  • Family Responsibilities;
  • Gender Discrimination;
  • Retaliation for Reporting Discrimination;
  • National Origin Discrimination;
  • Political Affiliation Discrimination;
  • Pregnancy Discrimination;
  • Race Discrimination;
  • Sexual Orientation Discrimination;
  • Wrongful Discharge;
  • Employment Contracts;
  • Family& Medical Leave;
  • Wage and Hour;
  • Sexual Harassment;
  • Appellate Practice