EEOC Complaints & Proceedings
Experienced EEOC Lawyer
Employment attorney Lori Searcy routinely represents individuals and companies in connection with EEOC complaints and proceedings. The law firm also handles equal employment opportunity complaints filed with the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights, Alexandria Office of Human Rights, and other local administrative agencies.
At Searcy Business Litigation & Employment Law, it matters less about whether you are an employer or employee and more about whether your position is principled. If you need an experienced EEOC lawyer to fight for your rights, contact the firm today.
What is the EEOC?
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is the federal agency responsible for enforcing most employment discrimination laws. To commence an action under laws enforced by the EEOC, employees must file an EEOC complaint within the required time limits. Procedures for federal employee discrimination complaints are different. Laws enforced by the EEOC include:
How do I file an EEOC complaint?
The procedures to file EEOC complaints are on line at www.eeoc.gov. While you should not delay filing your EEO claim, if you would like to speak with a lawyer about potential representation in an EEO matter, feel free to call the firm at 703-644-4122 / 202-393-1443 or complete the
employment case review form.
How should an employer respond to a Notice of Charge from the EEOC?
Before responding to an EEOC complaint, the employer should investigate the facts and develop a strategy tailored to the specific circumstances. An experienced employment attorney should be consulted as soon as possible in the process. If your company has received an EEOC notice of charge, you are welcome to contact employment lawyer Lori Searcy at 703-644-4122 / 202-393-1443 or via the
quick contact form for a consultation.