Q: I just received my Right to Sue letter from the EEOC. Does this mean I have a valid case of discrimination against my employer? How long do I have to file a lawsuit?
A: The receipt of a Right To Sue letter does not necessarily mean one has a valid case. The EEOC issues this letter once a case investigation concludes. That conclusion can mean either a finding of discrimination or a no-finding of discrimination. Once this letter is sent, one has 90 days to file a lawsuit in most situations. However it is highly advisable to contact an experienced employment law attorney to properly assess your situation.
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