commonwealth of massachusetts commission against discrimination ronald bridges, complainant v. mcad docket no: 02-bem-01551 dala # mc-06-194 commonwealth of massachusetts, alcoholic beverages control commission, respondent _____ decision of the full commission this matter comes ...
Revised on September 26, 2001 Page _____of _____Pages AFFIDAVIT FORMAL CITIZEN COMPLAINT FORM COMPLAINANT NAME: _____ AGE: _____ DOB: _____
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U.S. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION Washington, D.C. 20507 Vickie J. Louthen, Complainant, v. John E. Potter, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service, Agency.
a INTRODUCTION a 0 e The grievance brought by Complainant did not relate to Mr. Kirkpatrick's practice of law. Instead, the events which gave rise to this grievance were a speeding ticket, an argument with a police officer, and a plea of no contest under which Mr. Kirkpatrick agreed to attend ...
1 state of new jersey office of the attorney general department of law and public safety division on civil rights oal docket no. crt 2268-04 (on remand crt 4869-01) dcr docket no.
Complainant failed to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that Respondent’s articulated reasons for rejecting Complainant were pretexts for discrimination, or that he was unlawfully
No. 69,937 THE FLORIDA BAR, Complainant, VS. MICHAEL H. WEISSER, Respondent. [June 9, 19881 PER CURIAM. This disciplinary proceeding is before the Court for consideration of the referee's report.
103 LRP9964 Richard I. Jones, Complainant, v. John E. Potter, Postmaster General, United States Postal Service, Agency. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission-OFO Appeal No. 01A22051 Agency No. ID-231-0051-01 March4,2003 Related Index Numbers 1.334 Standing 4.0072 Representation, During Formal ...
2 Introduction It would be nice if both clients and mediator could begin with the assumption that the mediation procedure is being used as intended: to find solutions together to re-establish dialogue, to settle a case or to put something behind them.