Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII)

Federal employment laws have a great impact on employers and their businesses, especially Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII prohibits discrimination in employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, and sex. McMahon Berger’s attorneys represent management in front of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) as well as in federal court defending against claims of discrimination under Title VII. Our attorney’s exclusive focus on employment law allows us to solve difficult and nuanced issues that come up under claims of employment discrimination pursuant to Title VII.

Advising Clients

McMahon Berger’s attorney’s have decades of advising clients on how to properly comply with Title VII and EEOC regulations. McMahon Berger’s attorneys can assist employers and human resources professionals draft discrimination and/or harassment policies and procedures for their collective bargaining agreements and employee handbooks that adhere to Title VII. McMahon Berger’s attorneys conduct independent investigations of complaints of discrimination and harassment for its clients in order to properly address possible discrimination. Our attorneys can also help employers understand what they should do if claims of discrimination arise, whether through the employer’s harassment procedures, before the EEOC, or in federal court.

Training Claims

McMahon Berger’s long history in representing employers and management in the area of employment law has created a wealth of knowledge that allows them to offer clients training, seminars, legal updates and other resources to ensure that they are kept up to date on recent legislation, regulatory activity, and federal decisions impacting employees’ claims of discrimination.

Defending Claims

Unfortunately, training and appropriate harassment/discrimination policies are not enough to protect employers from charges of discrimination. However, when this happens, McMahon Berger’s attorneys have an excellent record in defending its clients in litigation, whether it be in federal court, before the EEOC, or in arbitration. When claims of discrimination arise, our attorneys provide clients a cost effective and efficient approach to solving the problems before litigation occurs, and then make sure that clients are fully prepared for the challenges awaiting them during litigation. Our attorney’s ability to resolve claims of discrimination in federal court through its motion practice, and ability persuade the court during trial is what delivers excellent results for our clients.

Other Practice Areas

Employment Law

Employment Law

For over half a century, McMahon Berger’s attorneys have exclusively represented and counseled management in the area of employment law....

Labor Law

Labor Law

For over half a century, McMahon Berger has represented employers in all facets of labor law. Our attorneys have represented...