DC Commission on Human Rights Agrees FH+H Client Did Not Violate Employment Regulation

FH+H’s Employment Law team successfully defended a DC employer from allegations that they had breached the Fair Criminal Record Screening Act (FCRSA), which prohibits inquiries about a job applicant’s arrest record, charges, or convictions before an offer of employment is made.

The DC government alleged our client had breached the FCRSA, which is commonly known as “Ban the Box”. After considering our attorneys’ compelling legal arguments, our team successfully convinced the DC Commission on Human Rights that our client had not violated the Act.

FH+H attorneys have the expertise to navigate complex legal landscapes, such as in the situation above. 

Note: Case results depend on a variety of unique factors and do not guarantee or predict similar results for future cases.

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