Typically, the MDCR and EEOC serve a similar function and you should be able to receive a right to sue letter from the EEOC if the MDCR decides not to pursue the action. Call your MDCR investigator to make sure you can get a right to sue letter if you want to file a lawsuit in Fed. Ct. I find that federal courts are a bit kinder to plaintiffs than Michigan courts. You will need a right to sue letter if you intend to file a lawsuit in Federal Court.
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Take your paperwork to a local employment attorney to discuss.
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