Filing a charge of discrimination with the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) is more complicated than it seems. The following video describes the process but recommends that you seek an attorney to assist you. Pitfalls often occur when claimants try to do these themselves or have the EEOC or FCHR do it for them. As further explained in the video, even simple things such as whether you have been “terminated” can be legally complicated.
Employment law is a complicated matter. If you are thinking of filing with the EEOC or FCHR, please call us for a free consultation. You will be going against, most likely, extraordinarily well-financed and large law firms – why not have an experienced attorney on your side? Often, we take cases on contingency. Here’s a sample charge – but, again, don’t try to do this yourself: EEOC Form 5
Cares Act & Eviction Moratorium On March 27, 2020, the Cares Act came into being. President Trump signed this into law to provide relief in