You need to consult a local attorney to investigate and advise you as you really should have an attorney handle tis action.
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If you have an employment discrimination lawsuit, you would first need to file a complaint with the EEOC and wait for a right to sue letter which takes 6 months, otherwise, the suit will be thrown out.
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Must file with EEOC. You need to check with attorney handling discrimination claims.
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First, you should talk to an employment rights atty before filing anything in court or with the EEOC. If suit is brought, I think you would likely want to have all defts in the same case so they can point at each other, so that you dont have to be deposed separately in 2 different cases, etc.
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