Civil Rights Law
Michigan Civil Rights Law Lawyers represent individuals, families, associations, charitable organizations, unions and business organizations involved in civil rights related controversies or lawsuits. Services may be billed at an hourly rate, a fixed fee or on a contingency basis. A retainer or pre-payment is customary for new clients and certain matters. Retainers will vary depending on the complexity of your situation. Litigation involving Civil Rights cases are typically handled on a contingency basis. Clients with established relationships may be billed monthly or at completion.
Common terms and issues associated with Michigan Civil Rights Law cases include:
| Affirmative Action|| Handicap Discrimination|
| Age Discrimination|| Hate Crimes|
| Americans With Disabilities Act|| Human Rights|
| Anti-Discrimination Laws|| Immigrant's Rights|
| Civil Rights Violations|| National Origin Discrimination|
| Disability Rights|| Race Discrimination|
| Education Civil Rights Issues|| Religious Discrimination|
| Employment Discrimination|| Sex Discrimination|
| Fair Housing|| Social Security Benefits|
| Fair Labor Practices|| Voting Rights|
| Fair Lending Practices|| |
Click on a MI county or county seat Civil Rights Law Lawyer Directory to find a lawyer or visit the OptimusLaw Law Library Online to learn more about Civil Rights Law legal issues and topics. Call or email the Featured Lawyer of your choice to present your legal matter and/or schedule an initial consultation.
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