• Police Misconduct
• Housing Discrimination
• Race/Sex Discrimination
• Anti-Discrimination Training
• Race Discrimination
• Gender Discrimination
• Hostile Work Environment
• Sexual Harassment
• And More ...
Earning a living is one of the most important aspects of our every day lives. When you or your employees are not treated fairly at work, satisfaction, happiness and productivity may suffer. Families may suffer as a result of stress and reduced income. When you or your employees are harassed or discriminated against, or when career opportunities are unfairly limited because of race, gender, disability, national origin, or other unlawful reasons, you should consider coming in for a consultation and talk to us about rights and responsibilities for both employer and employee.
Employers & Employees - Do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are an employer, we can help you conduct a regular training schedule for management, human resources and other employees. We can also help you ensure that your policies and procedures are in line with the current state of the law. These measures combined will help you avoid discrimination and increase productivity and happiness in your workforce. Do not just hope all will be well, be proactive to ensure a healthy work environment.
If you are an employee, the law requires you to report discrimination within very strict and short time limits. Do not waive your rights by procrastinating or merely hoping for things to change. Be active in securing your rights, initiate change: talk to us.
WORKING - EQUALLY & FREE
In Florida, you have the right to work regardless of membership in a labor union. You have a right to free speech. You have the right to a fair trial. And you have many more rights protected by the U.S. Constitution, the Florida Constitution, and International Human Rights Treaties.
VOTING - EQUALLY & FREE
Voting is one of the most important aspects of our participation in our democracy. Many people thus fight for the Restoration of Voting Rights for those who lost their rights as prisoners. The same is true of your right to speak up and protest. When you are not allowed to vote, or not allowed to speak up, our democracy is missing part of your important and valuable political participation.
LIVING - EQUALLY & FREE
Police officers protect and serve - and our society is safer because of the hard work police officers and other government officials do every day. Unfortunately, sometimes officers use excessive force to do their job, or violate a person's civil rights in other ways. Victims often suffer emotional and physical trauma. For victims of civil rights violations it is always painful to know that the chances of winning a civil rights lawsuit against the government are generally slim because the government's actions are often considered reasonable under the circumstances. However, if you your were hospitalized, and you have credible witnesses that the government has violated your civil rights, and if you are willing to fight, speak with us about your legal options.