Race Discrimination


Discrimination on the basis of a person’s race continues to occur throughout all areas of our society. In the workplace, a race discrimination lawsuit can arise whenever a person of one race is terminated for an untrue or “pretextual” reason, and replaced by a person of another race, or otherwise is treated differently because of their race. Like other types of discrimination, a victim of race discrimination can seek relief in the federal court system, which involves first filing an administrative claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or filing a lawsuit under Michigan’s Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act.


If you've been a victim of race discrimination in the workplace, contact the Law Office of Bryan Monaghan at 248.608.5300 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to speak to a qualified attorney.