The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed 32 discrimination suits against employers last week, a burst of activity that suggests the increase in aggressiveness that employment lawyers have long anticipated under the Biden administration is finally coming to fruition.

The filings coincided with the end of the EEOC fiscal year on Sept. 30, a period when the agency typically races to file cases under the wire. The surge brought full-year case filings to 94.

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