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Employee Discrimination

It is no overstatement to say that the Firm is deeply rooted in anti-discrimination law. One of its founding partners, Donald Lee Hollowell, was a renowned civil rights attorney, respected and honored nationally. His life and legal career were spent advocating for equality and confronting employment discrimination; indeed, discrimination in every form. Building on Mr. Hollowell’s legacy, the Firm has developed a reputation for excellence and has gained extensive experience advising federal and state agencies, private employers and individuals on employment law and employment discrimination matters. The Firm is one of the oldest minority law firms in the Southeast and for most of its 40+ year history, has counseled clients on the enforcement of anti-discrimination laws affecting the workplace.

Understanding Discrimination

Discrimination in the workplace is not just an issue, but a deep-seated concern that affects many. Our dedication is to ensure that every individual is treated fairly, irrespective of their background or identity. The intricacies of discrimination can be subtle or overt, yet equally damaging. Every person deserves an environment where their value is recognized, and they can thrive without fear of prejudice. We advocate for such environments and offer guidance on best practices.

Commitment to Fairness

Discrimination, whether intentional or unintentional, can have long-lasting impacts on employees and the organizational culture. Our mission is to provide solutions that address these concerns, ensuring a just workplace for all. By understanding the multifaceted nature of discrimination, we work to eliminate biases and promote inclusivity. We believe in creating workplaces where everyone’s rights are upheld and protected, fostering an atmosphere of mutual respect and growth.

Employee Discrimination Advocacy

Addressing workplace discrimination is at the heart of our mission. Our firm is committed to providing resources, guidance, and representation to individuals who have experienced unequal treatment based on their unique identities. Whether it’s an overt act or an implicit bias, we are here to support and champion your rights.


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