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    Lawyers - Discrimination & Civil Rights Law in Green Bay


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    Business Listing   Antiphon Law Offices - Green Bay, WI - Phone: (920) 569-3285


    Business Listing   Bachhuber- Bruce R. Attorney - Green Bay, WI - Phone: (920) 432-3381


    Business Listing   Kordus- Tony A. Attorney - Green Bay, WI - Phone: (920) 437-0476


    Business Listing   Pfeifer- Ronald T. Attorney - Green Bay, WI - Phone: (920) 432-9300


    Business Listing   White Law Offices, LLC - Green Bay, WI - Phone: (888) 905-5934


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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Discrimination & Civil Rights Law


    The lawyers, who are particularly appointed for the protection of civil rights and discrimination laws in Green Bay, mainly focus on the protection of any employee who has the authority to take certain actions for being discriminated against, or for applicants discriminated on the bases of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability. In Green Bay, these officials can take actions against the perpetrators. These lawyers also handle other laws on conduct to include discrimination based on sexual orientation.

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