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Employment Discrimination and Harassment Services

Our employment discrimination lawyers are located in downtown Chicago on the corner of LaSalle Street and Washington Street. They represent individuals and small businesses in employment litigation and disputes involving employment contracts. Our practice includes matters of: sexual harassment, sex discrimination, racial harassment, race discrimination, age discrimination, handicap/disability, retaliation, and employment contract disputes.

Our employment attorneys represent individuals and small businesses in various administrative agencies and courts, including: Federal Court (United States District Court), The Illinois Human Rights Commission (HRC), Chicago Commission on Human Relations, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR), and the United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit.

This web site provides a thorough overview of Illinois state's employment law. It also describes federal, state and local laws against discrimination and harassment. In addition, our site provides information regarding work injuries and worker's compensation rights under Illinois law. For housing problems, please review our housing discrimination overview. Our Family Leave Act section describes the federal law that permits employees time off due to family illness or child birth. Please review our Employment Law Information Center for other topics of interest in the employment or discrimination areas.

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