Madison Employment Discrimination Lawyer

Some of Wisconsin’s most notable employers mistreat their workers every day. Employment discrimination is particularly rampant. Upset by the prevalence of workplace discrimination and determined to defend Wisconsin’s fine employees, Steve Porter takes on challenging legal matters. A respected Madison employment discrimination attorney, he fights on behalf of wronged employees and strives to hold problematic employers accountable.

Types of Employment Discrimination

Employment discrimination regularly occurs on the basis of several criteria, including the following:

  • Race
  • Ethnicity
  • Sex
  • Sexual orientation
  • Criminal and arrest record
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • Age
  • Marital status
  • Pregnancy

Wisconsin recently became a ‘ban the box’ state. Employers cannot include questions about criminal history on job applications, or seek such information during initial screening. The goal is to get prospective employers past the interview process before disclosing this information. Despite this legislation, many Wisconsin employers continue to ask about criminal history early in the application process.

Discrimination may occur in hiring (as ban the box legislation intends to address) or, just as frequently, in termination. Many employers terminate workers who complain about discriminatory conditions in the workplace. Still others demonstrate discriminatory behavior in granting pay raises or promotions.

How A. Steven Porter, Attorney at Law Can Help

If you have been mistreated by an employer or fired for discriminatory reasons, you deserve zealous representation from a skilled Wisconsin employment discrimination attorney. Steve Porter is happy to help. He has an impressive track record advocating on behalf of Wisconsin’s employees in both state and federal courts. Additionally, he handles cases before the State of Wisconsin Equal Rights Division and the Madison Equal Opportunities Commission. He is intimately familiar with both federal and state legislation, including the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act.

When you initially meet with A. Steven Porter, Attorney at Law, you’ll discuss your situation and your upcoming fight for justice. Steve Porter will help you determine whether you have a viable case, and if so, the next best steps. He will thoroughly research your case to uncover evidence of wrongdoing by your employer. In court or before an administrative agency, he’ll fight aggressively on your behalf, not resting until he reaches a favorable outcome.

Don’t allow discriminatory employers to get away with despicable behavior. You hold the power to hold wrongful parties accountable. All you need is a passionate employment discrimination attorney on your side. Contact A. Steven Porter, Attorney at Law at your earliest convenience to learn more about your options as a wronged employee.

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