At Copeley Johnson Groninger PLLC, we are proud of our record of success on behalf of workers in cases of employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and termination. Each client victory helps to ensure that other employees in North Carolina are protected from illegal practices. Our lawyers can protect your rights if you have been the victim of workplace discrimination.
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Based in Durham and Charlotte, North Carolina, we have won substantial verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients throughout North Carolina.
Respected, Experienced, and Committed to Making a Difference
Ann Groninger, Leto Copeley and Valerie Johnson have represented employees across the state in jury trials, class action lawsuits, complex multi-party litigation, on appeal, and before the North Carolina General Assembly. We have won cases on behalf of individuals in actions against private employers, and employee groups fighting widespread misconduct in the workplace. Contact our Durham office for capable representation in any the following areas:
- Employment discrimination based on race, gender, national origin, or religion
- Sexual harassment
- Age discrimination
- Disability discrimination (including failure to make reasonable accommodations)
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), including pregnancy discrimination
- Wrongful termination (whistleblower retaliation, refusing to perform illegal acts)
- Retaliatory discharge (filing for workers’ comp or reporting OSHA violations)
Victims of employment discrimination may be entitled to back pay, front pay (projected earnings), costs of counseling, damages for defamation or emotional distress, and, in extreme cases, punitive damages against the employer. A lawsuit may also seek reinstatement if you were fired, advancement if you were passed over for promotion, job reassignment at equal or greater pay, or changes in company policy.
Our accomplished and compassionate employment attorneys will be glad to discuss your situation and steps you can take to bolster your claim. We are with you at every step, from initially reporting the abuse to resolution through arbitration or jury trial.
Call us at (919) 240-4054 at our Durham office.
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