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January 13, 2015


Steven M. Sweat, Esq.

In my opinion, the EEOC has never been very effective at pressing and resolving these claims. It is yet another reason for a strong civil justice system where attorneys have financial incentives (like statutory attorney's fees) to take on these tough cases and equal the playing field for the U.S. workforce. Thanks for the post!

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