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Employment Discrimination – Title VII – Exhaustion Of Remedies – EEOC Letter (access required)

A Lynchburg U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s Title VII lawsuit alleging retaliation for her earlier race and sex discrimination claims, for failure to exhaust administrative remedies because the EEOC has yet to issue a right-to-sue letter to plaintiff, and her other claims are dismissed for failure to state a claim. In this case, plaintiff has filed ...

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