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Allentown Employment Law Firm
My skills in the courtroom have been developed and tested through a significant number of trials in federal court, from Georgia to Florida to Pennsylvania. The verdicts on behalf of my clients include a claim for job termination in retaliation for requesting an accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a claim for refusal to hire based on an erroneous belief that my client was an illegal drug user under the ADA, and a claim for constructive discharge in retaliation for a complaint about race discrimination under Title VII. Those trial experiences have resulted in my being asked by other lawyers to act as trial co-counsel in numerous cases. I also have significant experience in the appellate courts in order to preserve my clients’ verdicts.
The dedication and passion for what I do, and the results obtained, was recognized by my selection as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer in 2010. Shortly thereafter I made a life change and moved to Colorado where I established a new law practice here on the Front Range. Since 2011 I have been admitted to practice before all Colorado courts. In addition to my law practice I volunteer with the high school mock trial program and am a regular platelet/plasma donor.
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About The Law Office of Ralph Lamar
- Employment Law
- Named in SuperLawyers in both Colorado and Pennsylvania
- Pennsylvania Super Lawyers - Plaintiffs' Employment Litigation, 2010
Classes and Seminars
- How to Maximize Damages in Employment Claims Again, CTLA, 2012 - Present
- Ralph E. Lamar (Sole Practitioner)
902 Hamilton St. Allentown, PA 18101
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