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Phillip Kete '83 in Washington Post on SSA Discrimination Case

Tuesday, January 10, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Phillip R. Kete, ’83, was quoted in today’s The Washington Post in his role as attorney for Barbara Murchison, a Social Security Administration team leader in Maryland who was admittedly discriminated against for reasons of race, sex and age by the SSA, but continues to be caught in limbo between the EEOC and the SSA. According to Kete, "We lost at the District Court because SSA successfully lied to the EEOC.”

Read more about this case in The Washington Post, "Where can a federal employee find recourse?" For more information about Phillip R. Kete visit The Law Office of Phillip R. Kete.

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