Religious discrimination

At The Rubin Law Corporation, our Los Angeles religious discrimination attorneys serve clients in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, San Diego and the entire Southern California region in the fight against religious discrimination in the workplace.

Courtesy of the First Amendment, Americans enjoy two freedoms with respect to religion: the right to be free from a government-imposed religion, and a right to practice any religion.

That, coupled with the number of employed persons and the variety of religious faiths in this country, can pose some tough questions for employers and the courts.

What constitutes religious discrimination?

Private employers are not bound by the Constitution’s restrictions on government; however, they are subject to federal and state laws that ban religious discrimination in employment.

The primary statute that outlines the legality of religion in the workplace is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII prohibits private employers from discriminating on several bases, including race, color, religion, sex or national origin. In California, the Fair Employment and Housing Act provides similar protections with some added advantages.

Contact a California lawyer who handles religious discrimination

Do you feel your rights have been violated due to religious discrimination in the workplace? Contact the Los Angeles religion discrimination lawyers at The Rubin Law Corporation today; e-mail us or call 310-385-0777 and let our attorneys help you by scheduling an initial consultation.