Right To Sue Notice
Check out this video about a right to sue notice and how you can get one in California. Then, call our office in Huntington Beach for a review.
What is a right-to-sue notice, and how do I get one in California?
We recently received a call from a client in Orange County, California, who believed that she was discriminated against in the workplace. She had reported the discrimination to Human Resources, and she was given some information packets that contained information about contacting the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, or the DFEH, in obtaining a right-to-sue letter, and she wanted to know exactly what a right-to-sue letter was.
In the state of California, in order to sue for discrimination or harassment, or even retaliation, under the regulations of the DFEH, you have to first obtain a right-to-sue letter from the DFEH. A right-to-sue letter authorizes you to file a lawsuit in court. You can’t file the lawsuit in court unless you get that right-to-sue letter. If you believe that you’ve been discriminated against in the workplace, give our office a call for a consultation.
Have you or a loved one been treated unfairly at work and have questions about the right to sue notice? Contact experienced Orange County DFEH Lawyer at the Law Office of Bijan Darvish today to schedule a consultation and case evaluation.
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