A worker who is part of a class action discrimination suit that is later decertified cannot rely on the “single filing rule” to avoid his duty to exhaust remedies before the EEOC, a federal judge has ruled.

But the same plaintiff was cleared to proceed with claims against Conrail under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act since that law imposes no exhaustion requirements on non-federal workers.

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