Employment Discrimination

Chicago Employment Lawyer

Employment Discrimination | Lisa Kane And Associates : Chicago, IL

The firm handles many racial discrimination and harassment cases for employees who have been subjected to a hostile work environment as a result of their race these terms must adhere to according to the law. For example, employees are not required to accept discrimination or any form of harassment in the workplace.

If you have a case for discrimination that can be supported with a claim, we come with more than enough resources and experience to resolve the case effectively. We recommend that you come in today to schedule a free consultation on what you should do regarding your case.

Lisa Kane & Associates represent employees in select employment law matters. For 20 years, the firm has exclusively represented employees and chooses not to represent employers. Lisa Kane has been practicing in federal court for 20 years in the Northern District of Illinois. Lisa Kane has been selected to Super Lawyers for the State of Illinois which is the top 5 % of the lawyers practicing within the state. She has also been selected by the National Trial Lawyers Association to be included in the top 100 lawyers, as well as membership in Best Attorneys Of America. The firm provides detailed attention that each client deserves with constant communication to develop a strategy which will address their individual case needs while yielding excellent results in the client’s best interest.

The firm assists executives and professionals who are experiencing discrimination and retaliation for having reported employment discrimination, whether the employment discrimination is due to sex, race, or age.

The firm also assists women who have been victims of employment discrimination in the workplace whether the discrimination is in the form of a hostile work environment.

The firm handles many African American employees who have been subjected to a hostile work environment as a result of their race.

The firm also assists employees who have been retaliated against for utilizing the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).