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

It’s time to call.

Don’t Put Up With Race Discrimination

Are you facing discrimination or harassment on the job because of your race? Do you think you were turned down for a job or a promotion because of your ethnic or religious background?

Under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, employers are not allowed to make employment decisions based upon race or heritage, except under highly specific circumstances.

Get A Lawyer To Challenge Race Discrimination

Based in Portland, the Law Offices of Daniel Snyder is one of Oregon’s, leading employment law firms representing workers who have suffered discrimination and lost opportunities because of racial discrimination. If you think you may be the victim of discrimination, let us help you fight to protect your rights. We have a successful record of recovering significant verdicts and settlements for victims of civil rights violations on the job.

Contact us to discuss the circumstances on your job. We will set up an opportunity to discuss your claim and how we can help you file a claim through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or file a lawsuit to reclaim your losses.

We represent clients injured by all types of illegal race discrimination on the job, including:

  • Race
  • Religion
  • Ethnicity
  • Genetic or parental heritage
  • Tribe or social group

Do You Complain To Your Boss First?

While talking to your supervisor about your concerns may sound like the right thing to do, it often creates more problems. Telling your boss that you intend to file a race discrimination complaint with the EEOC often leads to additional harassment and even retaliation. Before you file a grievance for racial discrimination, talk to a knowledgeable lawyer and get the facts first. Attorney Daniel Snyder has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of employee rights and civil rights litigation. Let us help.

Contact our offices to arrange a consultation as soon as you sense the harassing behavior or illegal discrimination is occurring. Call 503-821-7898.