Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere
– Martin Luther King, Jr.

It’s time to call.

Facing Gender Discrimination In Oregon?

Under state and federal Civil Rights laws, it is illegal for an employer to refuse to hire an individual or violate a worker’s rights on the job because of gender or sexual orientation. The Law Offices of Daniel Snyder has extensive experience representing workers who face workplace discrimination and harassment.

Sex Discrimination Is Illegal — Get A Lawyer

Attorney Daniel Snyder has more than 20 years of experience in litigation areas involving sex discrimination and has gained unique experience representing gay, lesbian and transgender individuals during the process of gender transformation. Our firm has helped numerous employees protect their rights on the job and seek full and fair money damages for the injustice they suffer.

Contact our offices in Portland to discuss your specific sex discrimination case. We serve clients throughout northwest Oregon.

We will give you a clear explanation of your workplace rights and provide an honest assessment of whether your case will receive a fair hearing before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

Have you experienced any of these problems because of your sex or sexual orientation?

  • Refusal to hire
  • Passed over for promotion or pay increases
  • Assigned inferior work equipment and facilities
  • Assigned inferior restroom, break room and other amenities
  • Reassigned to menial tasks
  • Sexually explicit jokes and harassing language

Should I Talk To My Boss, Or Should I Talk To An Attorney?

If you are starting to notice discrimination and harassing behavior aimed at you because of your sex, it may seem right to discuss the problem with your boss. Unfortunately, discussing your problem with your supervisor or human resources department often creates more problems. After all, those people work for the same company and often want to protect their paycheck. Before you file a discrimination claim, it pays to get the facts. Talk to us about your circumstances and we will give you an honest evaluation of what course of action you should follow.

Put a stop to the discrimination. Fight back by contacting us today at 503-821-7898.