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Employment Discrimination – Disability – Patent Examiner – Exhaustion (access required)

A former patent examiner who alleges his employer, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, violated the Rehabilitation Act when it refused to extend a flexible work schedule to him and violated Title VII when it terminated him in retaliation, has exhausted his administrative remedies, even though he was sanctioned for non-cooperation during administrative discovery, and ...

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