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I live in MD, filed a disability discrimination charge with EEOC, Baltimore, MD. Employer is located in MD (headquartered in N. Carolina).
Employer forwent mediation and submitted a "statement of position". The EEOC forwarded same to me (however, oddly, the attorney's information on the each of the 6 pages was redacted... by who I don't know, but, with the proper lighting, I was still able to view it). Turns out the attorney is in Texas and not admitted to practice in MD, NC or DC (only in TX and surrounding federal districts and 5th circuit court of appeals).
Should I challenge the employer's statement of position to EEOC for having been written by an attorney not admitted to the local jurisdiction (is the attorney's location material to the validity of the employer's statement)?