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Court Rejects EEOC’s Argument that Its Conciliation Efforts Not Subject to Review

I remember being surprised at the intensity of the objections by some of the EEOC panelists to my suggestion at an EEOC public meeting earlier this year that the EEOC implement a pilot ADR program as a part of its conciliation process. One of those objections was made by an EEOC Regional Attorney out...

U.S. Supreme Court Rules EEOC’S Efforts to Conciliate Are Subject to Judicial Review

by Julie A. Moore Before suing an employer for employment discrimination under Title VII, the EEOC must first “endeavor to eliminate [the] alleged unlawful employment practice by informal methods of conference, conciliation, and persuasion.” 42 U.S.C. §2000e–5(b). Only once...