MARK ELLIOTT LAW advocates for individuals seeking to exercise their civil rights in order to work and live without being subjected to unlawful discrimination.

“Under our constitutional system, courts stand against any winds that blow as havens of refuge for those who might otherwise suffer because they are helpless, weak, outnumbered, or because they are non-conforming victims of prejudice …” — Justice Hugo Black, 1940
The law provides protection from many forms of workplace discrimination. Legal action is often necessary to invoke those safeguards.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ) individuals — and others simply perceived to be LGBTQ — are frequently subject to harassment and discrimination at work.
The rights afforded to individuals are enshrined in our laws and the Constitution. Often times these rights are taken for granted and may only be appreciated when they have been infringed upon.
Personal health information is the most private and delicate of all data collected from individuals, but, personal health information can be accessed due to a breach of computer systems.