I did not have an attorney during this time. This was a retaliation case. While trying to decide whether or not to sign an EEOC conciliation agreement the EEOC director told me that my case was a weak one even though I had a probable cause finding. He asked me why would I spend $40,0000 on a lawyer when the judge would probadly summarily dismiss my case. He also told me that he needed to get the case closed. Then I signed the agreement. I found out later that I had a winnable retaliation case. I asked for my Right to Sue before the respondent met the terms of the agreement on my behalf. Because he is the director of EEOC and I a lay person, is that undue influence or duress and if so can I still get my Right to sue letter. Will a judge have to decide.