Employment Law: Administrative Charges
If you are an employer and an employee has filed an administrative charge of discrimination, harassment or other employment law violations, contact an employment lawyer at Moody & Stanford for legal advice and representation. Our firm will conduct an extensive investigation of the complaint and provide aggressive advocacy at your hearing. We specialize in employment law and have established strong working relationships with governmental entities in the field, including the United States Department of Labor, Wage & Hour Division; the Albuquerque District Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; the New Mexico Human Rights Division, and Region 28 of the National Labor Relations Board. Our firm can provide you with the guidance and counsel you will need to dispute the charges you are facing.
Understanding Employment Laws
In most employment law matters regarding allegations of discrimination or harassment, an employee must file an administrative charge before filing a lawsuit. Administrative charges of discrimination can be filed with either the EEOC or New Mexico Human Rights Department. A charge filed with one agency is automatically filed with the other. Administrative charges of discrimination can include complaints regarding:
- Age and sex discrimination
- Discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin
- Religious discrimination
- Disability claims
- Sexual harassment claims
- Hostile work environment
Moody & Stanford, P.C.
Our firm has successfully represented employers facing administrative charges involving discrimination, harassment and hostile work environment claims. We have over 50 years of employment law experience, including cases involving complex litigation and class-action lawsuits. Attorneys at our firm have been recognized as Super Lawyers based on their professional achievements and are ready to help you in any way they can. We are resourceful legal advocates who will vigorously protect your rights and interests.