EEOC | FCHR-Defense

Tampa EEOC And FCHR Defense Lawyer

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Employers are required to follow numerous state and federal regulations prohibiting discriminatory practices and retaliation. Unfortunately, even when employers follow the letter and spirit of these laws, it is not uncommon for current or former employees to bring claims of unlawful discrimination. If an employee claims that an employer violated federal laws, he or she will make a claim to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Alleged violations of state law are brought to the Florida Commission on Human Relations (FCHR). If either of these organizations is investigating your company based on an employee’s claims, it is critical to get a knowledgeable lawyer on your side immediately.

At Komninos Law Firm, PA, we have extensive experience defending employers in discrimination, retaliation and improper termination claims. In recent years this work has formed a substantial part of our firm’s practice, having represented dozens of employers before these organizations.


Tampa  Employment  Defense Lawyer

If an FCHR or EEOC commission believes there is probable cause that an employee suffered unlawful discrimination or retaliation, the employee can then proceed with a lawsuit. It is therefore vital to provide these organizations with a clear, complete accounting of the facts.

At Komninos Law Firm, PA, our Tampa EEOC defense attorney will conduct all appropriate discovery in order to develop a complete accounting of the events. We will review employee records, gather affidavits and take all steps necessary to compile a complete record.

Our next step will be to represent you in a hearing before the board. Our law firm will make a compelling presentation to show the board that there is no probable cause of discrimination, retaliation or other illegal acts.

Contact Komninos Law Firm, PA

 We defend employers throughout Florida. Call 813-251-3444 or complete our online contact form to get started.