Skilled Idaho Lawyers Represent You in Employment Discrimination Matters

Employment discrimination claims allege that an employer has violated state or federal employment laws by discriminating against people in a protected class. If you believe that you were discriminated against, or if you are an employer who wants to ensure that you comply with anti-discrimination laws, Breck Barton & Associates, P.C. can help.

Knowledgeable Lawyers Explain Employment Discrimination Laws

Our team has a robust understanding of state and federal employment discrimination laws. In general, these laws prohibit an employer from discriminating against a person due to his or her:

  • Race or nationality
  • Sex
  • Color
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • Age (if over 40)
  • Pregnancy status
  • Genetic information

When these rules apply, employers are prohibited from using these characteristics to refuse to hire, fire, demote, change the assignment, retaliate, or take other adverse action against an employee or applicant. Our lawyers can review your case and determine if employment rights were violated.

Why Choose the Law Office of Breck Barton & Associates, P.C.?

The attorneys at Breck Barton & Associates have nearly 50 years of combined legal experience. During that time, we have successfully resolved many claims involving employment disputes, including employment discrimination. We have a strong understanding of this area of the law and can consult with you on your options and the best way forward, based on the individual circumstances surrounding your claim. Contact us today at (208) 356-4880 to schedule a confidential consultation and to get started on your case.

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Law office of Barton Atkinson & Murdoch, P.C.

70 N. Center Suite 2 PO Box 100 Rexburg, ID 83440
Phone: 208-356-4880
Fax: 208-356-4882


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