Los Angeles Age Discrimination 2017-10-26T20:56:46+00:00

Los Angeles Age Discrimination Attorney

Discrimination on the basis of age in the workplace is illegal under both the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) and the Federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA). However, sometimes that does not stop employers from violating the law and penalizing employees based on their age.

At the Farley Law Firm, we are committed to protecting workers when they have experienced age discrimination. With over 27 years of experience handling employment disputes, Gregg A. Farley is ready to represent you and be your advocate.

To speak with an attorney about your legal matter contact the firm online or by calling 310-445-4024 today.

What Led to Your Age Discrimination Claim?

We can help you if you have been the victim of illegal age discrimination involving the following situations:

Were you prevented from being hired based on your age?

Did your employer deny you training because he or she did not feel someone your age could handle the changes?

Have you been denied benefits based on your age?

Is your compensation less than other people who have the same job title and responsibilities as you but are a different age?

Do you believe you have been passed over or intentionally denied a promotion because of your age?

Have you been wrongfully terminated because of your age, including being fired or subject to layoffs?

Are there any other terms, conditions or privileges of employment that you feel are different or being denied to you directly because of your age?

We Understand How to Use the Law to Help You

Our Los Angeles and Orange County age discrimination attorney, Gregg A. Farley, can help you utilize all of the procedures and remedies available to you under California and federal law. For instance, the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) prohibits employment discrimination based on age for individuals age 40 or older. The FEHA applies to employers with five or more employees. However, before commencing suit on a FEHA claim, the employee must exhaust his or her administrative remedies by filling a claim with the California Department of Fair Housing and Employment. We know how to pursue a claim in this department.

Likewise, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits discrimination in employment against workers age 40 or older by making it unlawful for an employer to fail or refuse to hire, or to discharge any individual. An employer can also not discriminate when it comes to his or her compensation or term and conditions of employment.

The ADEA can be enforced through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as well as by a private action, but a charge with the EEOC must be filed within 180 days of the unlawful practice or action. Before commencing a civil action under the ADEA, the aggrieved party must exhaust the administrative remedies available through the EEOC, which we have experience handling.

Los Angeles and Orange County Employment Lawyer Helping Wrongfully Terminated Employees

Our experience handling complex workplace discrimination matters makes us well equipped to fight to protect your rights. To schedule a free initial consultation or to speak with an attorney, contact the firm online or by calling 310-445-4024.