This web site provides basic information about equal employment
opportunity law. The United States law pages of this site contain information
about federal laws that apply in all states. The California and
Oregon law pages of this site are intended to be used by only residents
of California or Oregon. The equal employment opportunity laws
that exist in other states may be different in important ways from
California and Oregon laws. If you are located in another state, you should
contact local sources of information to learn about the
equal employment opportunity laws that apply to your state. Always confirm
that the information you consider is applicable to your
Equal employment opportunity laws include federal and state
statutes, regulations and rules, as well as decisions by federal
and state courts, and administrative agencies. This is a complex
and ever-changing field of law, which is applied to individual
fact situations. It is difficult to determine with certainty how
the law will be applied in a particular case, or to predict the
outcome of a case. We believe that you will make better decisions
if you are informed about the law. We provide this site with the
hope that it will serve to prevent unlawful employment discrimination.
The information provided on this web site is not intended to be legal advice about
any particular situation. If you need legal advice about an actual
case, you should consult with an employment law attorney who is licensed
to practice law in your state.
This web site contains links to other web sites that
contain information on equal employment opportunity law. The accuracy, completeness and
timeliness of the information on other web sites is not guaranteed.
We do not assume responsibility for any error,
omission, or inaccuracy on other web sites. You should confirm all
information before you rely on it for legal purposes.
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