There are two exceptions to this general rule. If your complaint involves age discrimination, you can skip the administrative complaint process altogether and go directly to court (as long as you give EEOC at least 30 days written notice of your intent to go to court).
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Here are the materials in Seneca v. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council Inc. (W.D. Wis.): 1 Complaint.pdfDownload 10 Motion to Dismiss.pdfDownload 14 Response.pdfDownload 15 Reply.pdfDownload 18 DCT O…
adverse employment action against you because of unlawful discrimination, then you may be able to bring a lawsuit in federal court. This is a ''federal question'' case because there are federal laws that prohibit employment discrimination based on race, sex, religion, or national origin [42 U.S.C. § 2000(e)].
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