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At Kew Law we have the knowledge and the expertise to provide you with advice on sex discrimination.
At Kew Law we have the knowledge and the expertise to provide you advice in all discrimination claims including sexual orientation related to the workplace or the recruitment process.
At Kew Law we have the knowledge and the expertise to provide you with advice on religious discrimination in the workplace…
At Kew Law our team of solicitors can help you deal with paternity issues.
At Kew Law our employment law solicitors have the knowledge and the expertise to deal with all types of maternity discrimination and maternity-related cases
If you think you are being paid unequally you will require advice from an employment law solicitor to take your case to an employment tribunal.
Discrimination at work can manifest in many forms. Workplace discrimination is unlawful if the reason for the treatment is age, disability, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation. Cases of discrimination are often highly complex, so it is essential to obtain the advice of a solicitor at the outset. If you are concerned about your treatment at work and believe that it amounts to discrimination, our solicitors can help.
Our solicitors will present you with your choices and at all times your case will remain confidential.
Types of discrimination we can advise on:-
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