A former administrative law judge with the Illinois Human Rights Commission filed a complaint in Chicago Monday with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging race, age and sex discrimination against the commission’s executive director and chairman.

Paul R. Doyle, who resigned his position as an administrative law judge with the commission on April 7, said in the six-page complaint that discrimination against him was part of a pattern of discrimination against white and Hispanic employees by Commission Chairman Rose Jennings and Commission Executive Director Irene Cualoping.

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