Judge Faults EEOC for Probe Into Discrimination Claim

, New York Law Journal

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A major gender discrimination claim involving some 44,000 women and the nation's largest speciality retail jeweler has been dismissed because the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission failed to prove that it conducted a nationwide investigation before accusing Sterling Jewelers of violating its employees' rights.

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Originally appeared in print as Court Dismisses Sex Bias Suit Against Jeweler After EEOC Is Faulted for Extent of Investigation

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    As Anna Marie Pohl and her EEOC colleagues consider their "options," they might consider, among other things, forsaking the totalitarian aspirations of their Obammunist overlords.

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