Civil Rights Litigation Blog

Can the police lie to me?

Can the police lie to me?

The police can’t lie in every instance but most of the time it’s completely legal for them to lie.

How to spot workplace discrimination

How to spot workplace discrimination

Workplace discrimination can take a variety of forms that may not always be easy to spot. But before we get into the details of how to spot workplace discrimination, it's important to understand exactly what discrimination is. Simply put, discrimination means treating...

Speaking up about workplace discrimination

Speaking up about workplace discrimination

While gathering evidence and documentation is necessary for your workplace discrimination case, the first step is often the hardest for most people to take: say something. If you feel you are being discriminated against for any reason, the most important thing is for...

Equal pay for equal work is a law in Colorado

Equal pay for equal work is a law in Colorado

Despite the passage of the federal Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, pay disparities continue to exist for women, especially women of color. Studies show that women typically earn 86 cents for every earned by a man, with Black women...

You have a right to your personnel files

You have a right to your personnel files

If you ever feel that your rights have been violated by an employer or think you may need to consider legal action against a current or former employer, it may be important for you to obtain your personnel files. Those files may contain information that helps you...

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