Marital Status Discrimination

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Our Portland Attorneys Fight Marital Status Discrimination and Harassment

Oregon Lawyers Help Ensure Our Clients are Treated Equally

Workers are entitled to equal treatment in Oregon, whether their status is married or not married. That’s not an opinion, it’s the law. The Bullman Law Firm, Attorney For Workers fights to stamp out marital status discrimination. We handle marital status discrimination cases in employment, examples include:

  • Unfair pay
  • Unfair discipline
  • Denied promotion
  • Termination
  • Any other way you are mistreated in the terms and conditions of your employment because of your marital status.

Advocating for Clients Who Are Harassed Because of Marital Status

Marital status harassment is unlawful under Oregon law. Marital status harassment is when the harassment is so severe or common that it creates a hostile working environment.

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Why Work With Us?

  • We Have Extensive Trial Experience

    As a part of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers recognized by the National Trial Lawyers organization, we have experience successfully winning and appealing cases in court.

  • We Give Back to the Community

    It's important to us that we do our part, contribute however we can, and connect with fellow members of the Portland community.

  • We Go Beyond the Courtroom

    Not only do we fight hard in the courtroom, but we also bring cases to advocacy groups and statehouses to make contributions to systemic change.

  • We Only Represent Employees

    We are willing to take on large corporations and the government in the interest of fighting for our clients and seeking justice in the workplace.

We Only Fight for the Best Interest of Workers

Our attorneys are empathetic to workers who are bullied and intimidated by their employers. Let us help you seek justice if you have been wronged in the workplace.