Successful Defense of Discrimination Charge for Government Contractor

We represented a government contractor in the defense of a discrimination charge brought by a former employee, filed with both the Florida Commission on Human Rights (FCHR) and the EEOC.  The FCHR issued a finding of no cause.

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