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Labor: EEOC Mediation

The letter from the local office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) greets you on a typically busy morning. You have been named as a respondent in a discrimination charge.

With little to no notice, and regardless of your busy schedule, you are now expected to submit a position statement within a couple weeks' time. Furthermore, anything in your position statement can be used against you in court should this charge ever turn into a lawsuit.

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David Evans

David Evans is a shareholder with San Antonio-based Langley & Banack, practicing employment and commercial litigation.  Langley & Banack is a member of...

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