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Employee could bring counterclaim for retaliation (access required)

Where an employer brought a breach of contract action against an employee only two months after the employee filed a discrimination charged with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the employee had a counterclaim for retaliation under 42 U.S.C. § 1981, but he could not assert claims for discrimination or retaliation under Title VII because the EEOC’s ...