California law and Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protect people of all faiths–Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, and all other religious faiths–against unfair or retaliatory treatment based on their religious beliefs. This is a sacred right and protection to most Americans, as is the right to work in a healthy workplace environment.
At the Bononi Law Group, LLP in Los Angeles, California, we represent individuals who have suffered religious discrimination in the workplace, including cases of harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination. If your religious rights have been violated by an employer, contact us today to discuss your legal options and the possible remedies available to you under the law. Our firm is considered a leader in handling even the most complex employment law disputes.
Many religious discrimination cases are based on the failure of an employer to provide reasonable accommodations for an employee’s religious practices. However, the most extreme cases involve wrongful termination based on someone’s religious beliefs.
Our attorneys will listen to your case, perform a meticulous evaluation, and provide you with a thorough analysis of the facts and circumstances of your religious discrimination claim to determine whether your termination was a violation of the California Fair Employment Act or federal law.
If your employer is determined to have violated your religious rights, you may be entitled to legal remedies under the law, including money damages and reinstatement of your previous position. We are highly skilled in both mediation and litigation, and will be prepared to provide you with relentless advocacy at every stage of your legal proceedings. Trust our experience and our commitment to providing each client with high quality legal services with the personal attention they deserve.
At the Bononi Law Group, LLP, we understand that your religious liberty is among your most precious assets. We will fight vigorously for the protection of your religious rights. Contact us today to arrange a free initial consultation and case evaluation in your religious discrimination claim.