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- Martin Luther King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail

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San Francisco Gender Discrimination Lawyer

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Even after decades of progress and encouraging legislature, gender discrimination still remains a rampant problem in workplaces all around the country. The national debate still rages over equal pay, pregnancy leaves, and the prevalence (or the lack thereof) of women employees in numerous industries.

Even worse, sometimes gender discrimination can be hard to identify. Not every employee is privy to management preferences and their colleague's paychecks. However, when it is exposed, it's painful, angering, and confusing. At Stewart & Musell, LLP, our San Francisco employment law attorneys know how frustrating and harrowing this discrimination can be. We bring over 30 collective years of litigation experience to every client we serve, ensuring their voices are heard and justice is obtained.


If you experienced gender discrimination at your place of work, we urge you to contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.


What is considered gender discrimination?

Gender discrimination encompasses any instance in which an employee loses favor or station in the workplace solely based on their gender and can commonly happen to both men and women workers. In California, this discrimination is illegal under both state and federal statutes.

Gender discrimination occurs any time:

  • An employee loses favor, station, or undue wages due to a pregnancy.
  • An employee isn't paid as much as an employee of the opposite gender for doing identical work.
  • An employee is passed over for promotions or bonuses due to their gender.
  • Any other policies or treatment that singles out employees based on gender.

These are all circumstances protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and California's Fair Employment and Housing Act. Many employees believe these kinds of actions are strictly a civil matter, but they are not. They are illegal actions and those guilty can be held accountable.

You Don't Have to Face This Alone

Confronting gender discrimination in the workplace can be intimidating and challenging. An employee's relationship with that environment can be complex, however, it is illegal for you to be fired due to bringing a claim forward.

Here at Stewart & Musell, LLP, we understand how uncertain and lonely this kind of legal action can seem. We've worked diligently and sensitively on behalf of countless clients who have deserved better in the workplace, protecting their rights, and helping make their voices heard. Let us do the same for you today.


You don't have to face this ordeal by yourself. Call our firm to speak with a dedicated San Francisco employment lawyer!