Here is the view from the office of this Miami immigration lawyer and Miami discrimination lawyer, today. Our staff is diligently working on our clients' immigration and discrimination cases from our Florida headquarters in South Beach.
While I will be back in our Houston office tomorrow, I personally prefer the view from our South Beach office. Today, I was working on a couple of our local discrimination cases against Kohl's Department Store
and against Checker's
. We are representing clients before the Miami EEOC
in discrimination cases against those two companies. Also, we are working on preparing Summons documents after suing Johnson and Wales University
in Miami for allegedly discriminating against our client, a Native American at that school. And, finally, we are working on a lawsuit against the Oppenheimer & Co.
for religious discrimination where our Jewish client was allegedly taunted with bagel jokes and other derogatory religious comments before they fired him.On the immigration side of our practice, I was so pleased to see the approval of our horse trainer client's case today. We have been working on that case for ten years and it finally got approved. In these times of America First, it is not easy to be getting foreign worker applications approved. However, in this case of the horse trainer from Mexico, we tested the labor market and were able to prove that there were no available USA workers for the job.For further information, I can be reached at 713.850.0066 or 305.538.6800, or via email at [email protected]