$4,560,285.11 attorney fee against EEOC
February 13, 2010 by Ross Runkel at LawMemo
A federal district court has ordered EEOC to pay $4,560,285.11 in attorney fees and expenses to CRST Van Expedited, Inc.
EEOC sued CRST on behalf of about 270 women, claiming a pattern or practice of sex discrimination.
The court dismissed EEOC's complaint in April 2009, in part because “the EEOC did not conduct any investigation of the specific allegations of the allegedly aggrieved persons for whom it seeks relief at trial before filing the Complaint - let alone issue a reasonable cause determination as to those allegations or conciliate them.”
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