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Fair Lawn, New Jersey National Origin Discrimination Attorneys
Rabner Baumgart Ben-Asher & Nirenberg, P.C. represents individuals who have experienced various types of discrimination in the workplace, including national origin discrimination and ancestry discrimination, both of which are prohibited by New Jersey and New York law. For example, it is unlawful for an employer to hire, terminate or refuse to promote an employee based on his or her nationality or ancestry. Similarly, workplace harassment because you were born in another country violates the law in New York and New Jersey law if it creates a hostile work environment.
It should not matter to your company or to your boss whether you were born in another country or your parents or grandparents immigrated to the United States. Our employment law attorneys are experienced and representing clients who have experienced these forms of discrimination at work, and will help enforce your legal rights.Experts at Evaluating Your Employment Law Claim
Employees often wonder whether their supervisor’s real motive for taking an unfair adverse action against them was discriminatory. For example, it might not be clear whether your company fired you because of your national origin, rather than for the reason or excuse your boss gave you for its decision. Our employment attorneys will analyze the facts and circumstances of your case to help determine whether there is enough evidence to prove a discrimination claim. We will discuss and explain your options to combat it.
Contact us online, or call us at (201) 777-2250 to schedule an initial consultation with one of our New Jersey national origin discrimination attorneys.Information About Fair Lawn
Located in Bergen County, New Jersey, the Borough of Fair Lawn was incorporated in 1924. As of the most recent census, Fair Lawn had over 32,457 residents.
The Borough’s population is very diverse. For example, approximately 20% of its residents are of Italian ancestry. The Borough also has a high Russian Jewish population, with nearly 12% of its residents identifying themselves as being of Russian ancestry in 2010. Recently, there has been an influx of Chinese American, Korean American, Filipino American, Japanese American and Asian Indian populations as well. Foreign born residents are an important part of Fair Lawn's cultural character, accounting for more than a quarter of the Borough’s population.
Whether or not you live in Fair Lawn, you should not have to suffer national origin or ancestry discrimination at your job. If you believe you were wrongfully discharged, harassed, or otherwise mistreated by your employer in New Jersey or New York based on your national origin please call us at (201) 777-2250.Directions to Our Office From Fair Lawn
From Fair Lawn, you can reach us by taking Route 208 South to Route 4 East. From Route 4, you will use the right lane to ext onto Route 17 North. You will continue on Route 17 North until the exit for the Garden State Parkway North. Take the Parkway to Exit 172, and then turn left on West Grand Avenue. After that, you will take the first right hand turn onto Chestnut Ridge Road. We are located at 135 Chestnut Ridge Road in Montvale, which will come up soon on your right.