EEOC Likely To Exercise Restraint on Litigation
Kansas City Partner Randy Coffey was quoted in the Business Insurance article “EEOC Likely to Exercise Restraint on Litigation”. The article noted a few changes that have already begun in an attempt to resolve charges before litigation. Among other things, this includes, providing training and other materials to educate employers on various workplace related discrimination laws.
Randy says that the EEOC will no longer focus on attempts “to engage in litigation tactics to force certain outcomes or to force policies” as it did under the Obama administration, although “that doesn’t mean, certainly, that the commission won’t continue to vigorously enforce the law.”
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