'Failure to Conciliate Defense' Axed in EEOC Victory
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit broke from other federal court decisions in a big way when it dealt a blow to the "failure to conciliate defense" that companies sometimes use when targeted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
By Rebekah MintzerJanuary 06, 2014
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