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How Do I File A Discrimination Charge with OCR?
Source: King County Office of Civil Rights

Information about how to file a discrimination complaint in King County.
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What Kind of Worker Are You?
Source: Workplace Fairness

Website that provides information about different types of worker classifications. Classifications are important, because generally only employees are covered by discrimination laws.
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Bureau of National Affairs
Source: Bureau of National Affairs

A publisher of print and electronic news, analysis, and reference products, providing intensive coverage of legal and regulatory developments for professionals in business and government.
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Employment Discrimination Report
Source: Bureau of National Affairs

Quarterly report that covers judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments in the area of equal employment opportunity, the Report spans all areas of EEO policy and practice. While the report is not free, the Bureau of National Affairs offers a 15 day free trial.
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Nationwide Mutual Ins. v. Darden
Source: Findlaw

The opinion discusses when a person is an employee for the purposes of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. The opinion lays out the test that is now the predominant definition of employee for the purposes of Title VII, the ADA, and the ADEA.
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