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Understanding Basic Concepts About Employment Discrimination, Part I

This three-part series will cover some of the basics of employment discrimination claims. Part I will describe the various types of employment discrimination. Part II will highlight the procedural requirements. Part III will contain an overview of how an employment discrimination lawsuit typically proceeds, from filing the complaint to discovery to settlement negotiations and trial. What is employment discrimination? There are several kinds of employment discrimination. Under federal law, employment discrimination can be based on, among other things, the race, gender, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, and/or age of an employee or job applicant. These categories are re

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