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Supreme Court Holds EEOC Accountable for Title VII Fees

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Title VII defendants can recover attorney’s fees without prevailing “on the merits”:  The Supreme Court has unanimously held that a defendant seeking attorney’s fees can be a “prevailing party” even without obtaining a favorable judgment “on the merits.” This will allow defendants to recover attorney’s fees from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) even without a judgment on the merits of the case.  (Note: CRST, the defendant, is a freight company.)

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