On June 15, 2017, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (the federal trial court in Boston) denied the defendant’s motion to dismiss in Campbell v. Bristol Community College. The plaintiff, Campbell, sued her former employer, Bristol Community College, alleging discrimination and retaliation on the basis of race.
Employment Law For Individuals | Discrimination & Harassment Claims
WLG has extensive experience practicing in the area of workplace discrimination in state and federal agencies and courts, as well as mediation and arbitration. Examples of discrimination matters that WLG handles include claims based on the following protected categories under federal and state law:
- Disability / handicap
- Gender / sex
- Sexual orientation
- Gender identity
- National origin
- Military service or leave
- Leaves of absence (such as FMLA, disability accommodation, maternity or medical leaves)
- Sexual harassment
- Harassment based on any other protected category
Contact WLG to discuss your potential discrimination claim.
*It is very important to recognize that employment discrimination claims have very short statutes of limitations (in some cases, as short as just 180 days), so regardless of who you choose as a lawyer be sure to pay attention to the applicable filing deadline.