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Enforcement Of Workplace Discrimination Laws

When Can I Start An Employment Discrimination Lawsuit In Court?

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You cannot just file a lawsuit against your employer. You may only file a lawsuit after receiving a notice of a "Right to Sue" from the appropriate government agency.

If you’re really in a rush, you can request a notice of "Right to Sue" from the agency. With the EEOC, you can make the request 180 days after you first file the charge with the Commission.

In either case, you have a limited period of time (usually 90 days) after receiving this notice to start your lawsuit.

You can also sue if a conciliation, mediation or settlement agreement is not honored by an employer, whether this is after your case is successfully conciliated or mediated, or if a similar earlier case has been successfully mediated or settled.

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