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Let’s close 2022 with a cautionary tale for legal departments—courtesy of The Kroger Co., which recently wrapped up a two-year legal tangle with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission by agreeing to pay $180,000 to settle religious-discrimination claims brought by two former employees of a Conway, Arkansas, supermarket.
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