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There are times when an employee is wrongfully terminated from a job. If you have been working at Santa Clara University and were wrongfully terminated, then you need to give us a call. It is the case that when you were wrongfully terminated, that you were not given a good reason for being let go. You may never understand or find out what exactly happened, for the reasons for your being fired. You may never get the closure that you want in this type of case. But we are here to tell you that you can fight back, and we are here for you in this claim to help you get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.

Employee Protections Under the Equal Pay Act of 1963

Employees are given certain protections from employers, to prevent an employer from willy nilly firing the employee for no good reason. This is also protection to prevent discrimination of the employee by the employer for any reason at all (as there is never a “good” reason for the employer to discriminate against an employee). The Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA) protects all employees from being discriminated against by their employer when it comes to men and women being paid the same salary for working a similar job.

Being Paid Differently for Performing the Exact Same Job

Have you worked at an employer and found out that you were getting paid less than the other workers of a different gender, for performing the same work? For example, if you are female and performing the same job as the males at your workplace, but you are paid less, you need to call us right away. The EPA forbids any type of sex discrimination from an employer, and does not allow an employer to pay men one high salary, and women at the same job a lower salary.

Traditionally, in the past, women stayed home and only the men worked out in society. After WWII ended, many women started working to help their families and never stopped. Women need to be valued in the workplace, and their contribution needs to be respected. If you have been in the workplace and work the same job that other people do, but are underpaid on purpose by your employer, you need to give us a call.

Types of Discrimination Commonly Found in the Workplace

There are many different types of discrimination found in the workplace. Each type of discrimination is illegal, and should not be tolerated in the workplace. The categories of discrimination include:

Racial Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Section 1961
  • Executive Order 11246

Sex Discrimination

  • Equal Pay Act (pay only)
  • Title VII
  • Pregnancy Act

Religious Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Executive Order 11246

National Origin Discrimination

  • Title VII
  • Section 1961
  • Executive Order 11246

Age Discrimination

  • Age discrimination in the Employment Act

Disability Discrimination

  • Americans with Disabilities Act

If you have experienced any of these types of discrimination, or even more than one of these discriminatory acts at the same time in your workplace, just give us a call. You and all employees in our country have the right to work at a job, and not be discriminated against while in the workplace. This right is active in any job, across the country, and is not specific to any one job.

Can I Sue for a Wrongful Termination and Discrimination for Treatment at My Workplace?

Yes, we can sue on your behalf, when you have been wrongfully discriminated against at work. When you call our office, you will be able to speak to our Los Angeles case lawyers, who can file a lawsuit on your behalf. You will be in the best position to recover the lost wages and compensation that you are missing when you work with our legal team. We know that you need to be reimbursed for the wrongs that your employer did to you, and when you work with us, you will be satisfied with the results. Remember, our case attorneys in Los Angeles can sue with a winning approach to success for your discrimination lawsuit.

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We do offer a zero-fee guarantee to you today and all days. That means that we will not charge you any money for working with us on this case, and we will be paid when we win it for you.

Help, I Was Wrongfully Terminated from Santa Clara University, What Do I Do Now?”

We are ready to initiate a lawsuit for you on our wrongful termination from Santa Clara University, that will tick all the boxes to giving you the relief that you need and expect in this case. Right now, you need to be with a lawyer with experience in this type of employment claim for a wrongful termination. We know that it is on your mind every minute, and we want to give you peace of mind right now. Because instead of getting “closure,” you need to get the money that is due to you from your wrongful termination claim.

When you call our office today, you will be connected with an attorney who has expertise in this case. You will want to act quickly before it is too late. Your claim will need to be filed within the right time, and we can do that for you. You will want to be with attorneys who specialize in this claim, to manage your case to help you make the right decisions to get back the lost wages and money in recovery compensation that you deserve.

Free Second Opinion

We are able to offer to you a free second opinion for your wrongful termination case. When you call our law office, you will be permitted to speak to a lawyer with a firm specialty in this type of case. We are here to give you the peace of mind that you deserve. We are also here to let you enjoy the advantage of working with an experienced law firm, who knows how to handle and negotiate a case of wrongful termination from Santa Clara University.

Call for a Free Consultation

Give us a call today for your free consultation. You can call us freely, to talk with the lawyers on our legal team who can help with your wrongful termination claim against Santa Clara University. We are able to work with you now, and can allow you to talk with an experienced attorney in Los Angeles, who is ready to get you the desirable results you want in the wrongful termination case against Santa Clara University.