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Title VII plaintiffs not required to exhaust remedies

Two race discrimination plaintiffs were not required to individually exhaust their administrative remedies because their claims were joined with another similarly situated plaintiff who had fully litigated her claim before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the D.C. Circuit has ruled ...

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EEOC: Job credit checks could pose bias charge risk

WASHINGTON – The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has released a legal advisory letter warning that the use of credit checks to screen job applicants could be unlawful if it leads to the disproportionate exclusion of women, minorities and other protected ...

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