April 2, 2021

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Central Time

ACS Dallas-Fort Worth: Workplace Discriminations Against Asians


Asian Americans have reported a significant level of discrimination since the emergence of coronavirus in 2020. Among Asian Americans 39% said others have acted uncomfortably around them; 31% reported being the subject of race-based jokes or slurs; and 26% admitted they feared being the target of a physical attack.

The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) tools available to Asian Americans and other federal and state discrimination, harassment, and diversity laws may not adequately address this re-emerging problem.

Join the Dallas Asian American bar association and the ACS Dallas-Fort Worth Lawyer Chapter for a fast-paced session that will offer strategy tips, good practices that attorneys can identify, and showcase how to address anti-discrimination, anti-harassment, and affirmative action/diversity/inclusion faced by the Asian American community. 

This program is intended for lawyers who do not practice in employment law or corporate arena, but it is well-suited for experienced labor and employment attorneys.

This panel will feature:

Christopher Ho, Senior Counsel, the Legal Aid at Work (California)

Meyling Ortiz, Managing Counsel of the Labor & Employment Department, Toyota Motor North America

Moderated by :

Leo Yu, Senior Assistant City Attorney of Dallas; Member, ACS Dallas-Fort Worth Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors

To attend this event, please register here