Show Me The Victims

Law360, New York (April 14, 2010, 12:20 PM EDT) -- Employers targeted by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in litigation face numerous challenges, many of which they do not encounter with private plaintiffs. As a self-described law enforcement agency, the EEOC is not required to play by all of the same rules as other litigants. One significant — and often confounding — difference is that the EEOC regularly refuses to identify the individuals it purports to represent.

In private multi-plaintiff cases, the parties are typically known; they are either identified by name or limited to a...
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