Experienced Employment Discrimination Attorney in Washington, DC
Religious Discrimination | Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity | Pregnancy | National Origin | Wage Theft | ADA Claims | Federal Employees
At the Law Offices of Boniface K. Cobbina, P.C., in Washington, D.C., we have aggressively and compassionately protected the rights of men and women in employment disputes for more than three decades. We understand the pivotal role your job plays in all aspects of your life. It’s how you meet your financial obligations and provide for your family, but it’s also a significant source of dignity and self-respect. We are committed to ensuring that you are fairly and properly treated in the workplace, aggressively advocating for you throughout the legal process. We’ll take the time to get to know you and to understand the challenges you have faced. We carefully gather, assess and preserve all critical evidence and we’ll help you file all required documents in a timely manner. Whenever possible, we’ll seek to negotiate a settlement that meets your needs. But we are never afraid to take your claims to trial, if necessary, to get the outcome you deserve.
An Overview of Our Employment Practice
We provide comprehensive legal representation to individuals facing challenges in the workplace, handling all aspects of claims involving:
- Religious discrimination – Hiring and firing, promotions and raises, accommodation of religious practices, denial of benefits, dress codes that interfere with religious practices
- Sexual orientation or gender identity – Refusal to hire or promote, denial of raises or other work-related benefits, hostile environment or harassment, wrongful discharge
- Pregnancy status – Reassignment or transfer, denial of promotion or raise, denial of maternity leave or parenting leave, wrongful termination
- National origin – Disparate treatment because of status or perceived status as immigrant
- Wage theft – Wage and hour abuse, including misclassification of hourly employees, failure to pay overtime, requiring employees to work off the clock
- ADA claims – Discrimination in hiring, promotion, benefits or firing based on disability, claims under the Americans With Disabilities Act for failure to reasonably accommodate a disability
- Title 38 employees – Discrimination against individuals providing veterans’ benefits or working with or for the Veterans’ Administration
Contact Our Offices
Protect your family, your rights and your dignity. Contact our office online or call us at 202-463-6900 to schedule a confidential consultation. We’ll use our considerable experience, skill, knowledge and resources to protect your rights.
Advocacy with Reason, Passion and Results