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Once a complaint of discrimination has been filed with the Human Rights Bureau, and charging party has named an employer as a respondent, or a person responsible for certain alleged discriminatory acts, the law requires the Bureau to conduct an investigation of the complaint. We do not represent either party during the investigative process, nor do we presume that a complaint of discrimination has any merit.

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