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Collin O’Connor Udell Comments on Implications of Title VII’s Administrative Exhaustion Requirements

Collin O’Connor Udell comments on the implications of the amici briefs filed in Fort Bend County v. Lois M. Davis, and whether Title VII’s administrative-exhaustion requirement is a is a prerequisite for going to federal court in "EEOC Charge Necessary For Title VII Claims, Justices Told," published by Law360.

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