Pittsburgh Lawyers For Age Discrimination In Employment
While employment discrimination cases focusing on gender, race, and sexual orientation are very common, age discrimination results in injustice and damages for an increasing number of people in our society.
Our attorneys have come to observe that women in their mid-to-late 40’s and men in their late 40’s and early 50’s may begin to experience the degrading and embarrassing effects of age discrimination in the workplace.
At our Pittsburgh law office, our age discrimination attorneys have significant experience representing individuals who have suffered job displacement due to age discrimination.
Both federal and state laws have been enacted which our skilled Pennsylvania discrimination lawyers can use to protect and help you. If you are over the age of 40 and feel you have been treated differently because of your age, contact Logan & Logan in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for experienced legal counsel immediately.
If we conclude after meeting with you that your right to equal treatment in employment has been violated, we will work with you to set up a plan of action appropriate to the unique circumstances of your case.
Attorney James Logan, one of our discrimination lawyers, served as primary plaintiff’s counsel in the age discrimination case known as Harbison-Walker Refractories v. Brieck and argued before the Supreme Court of the United States in 1988. The issue, argued successfully by Mr. Logan—who prevailed by an 8-1 vote in his client’s favor—involved the quantity and quality of indirect, circumstantial evidence which an age discrimination plaintiff must introduce in order to avoid the employer’s efforts to get the case dismissed without having to face a jury. The legal arguments advanced by Mr. Logan in Harbison-Walker Refractories v. Brieck are still the law today.
If you have questions or concerns regarding age discrimination Law, contact our lawyers today for your free initial telephone consultation. From our office in Pittsburgh, we serve the Pittsburgh metropolitan area and Western Pennsylvania.