Sue Happy

Do attorneys ever take a “sue first, ask questions later” approach?  I know that some do.  But I’d like to believe that it only happens in certain fields of practice – like ambulance-chasing accident attorneys.

But the “sue first, ask questions later” situation is exactly what a District Judge is accusing attorneys from the EEOC of doing.  You can read the entire story here, as reported by HR Morning.

The end result – get this – the company will receive $4.5M from the EEOC.  Do you know what is pretty interesting?  As HR Professionals, we always preach the importance of doing thorough investigations.  But it sounds like that is what the EEOC is accused of not doing.  It should be interesting to see how this plays out in court, as I’m sure the EEOC will appeal…

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