From our offices in the Detroit area, Akeel & Valentine, PLC serves clients nationwide.

From our offices in the Detroit area, Akeel & Valentine, PLC serves clients nationwide.

Attorneys For Federal Employee Race Discrimination Cases

Race discrimination cases combine emotionally charged elements with legal complexities. Despite the federal laws passed as a result of the civil rights movement, race still plays a role in the workplace. Qualified minority professionals are victims of hostility, being denied promotions and sometimes fired based upon the color of their skin.

Serving Detroit, Michigan, we opened Akeel & Valentine, PLC, to assert and protect the rights of hardworking federal employees who suffer discrimination in the workplace. Since the establishment of our law firm, our attorneys have earned a reputation for success against powerful adversaries.

Call us today at 248-918-4542 to schedule a consultation in our offices in Dearborn or Troy.

Your Rights Under The Civil Rights Act

Race discrimination cases under the Civil Rights Act, Title VII and other state laws require aggressive pursuit of the facts in investigating the case. Instances of these discriminatory tactics include:

  • Racially charged hostile work environments
  • Ethnic slurs or other derogatory racial comments
  • Denied position, promotion, training, benefits or other opportunities
  • Different treatment, including harsher discipline
  • Retaliation for pursuing a race discrimination claim
  • Wrongful termination for race discrimination allegations

You Deserve Freedom From Race Discrimination

Illegal treatment to you based on your race damages not only your career, but also your ability to make a living. Do not tolerate racism in the workplace. Let our racial discrimination lawyers assert your right to work and secure financial compensation for discrimination.

Contact Us Today For A Consultation

Contact us today to schedule an appointment at one of our office locations. A knowledgeable federal employee race discrimination lawyer at our firm can evaluate your case and determine if we have grounds upon which to proceed with your discrimination claim.