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Beware! Courts giving more leeway to employees who act as their own attorneys

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in Discrimination and Harassment,Employment Law,Human Resources

The employment law cases hardest to handle are often those in which an applicant or employee doesn’t have an attorney. Those employees often file complaints and lawsuits containing what seem like out-of-the-blue allegations. Now federal judges seem to be exacerbating the problem by giving unrepresented litigants every benefit of the doubt ...

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