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Meyer v. Kerry (Dept. of State), EEOC Request No. 0520140506 (February 19, 2015) (order refusing to reconsider EEOC's order affirming class certification for applicants to the Foreign Service denied or delayed in hiring because of their disabilities, based upon the "worldwide availability" policy)

Meyer v. Kerry (Dept. of State), EEOC Appeal No. 0720110007 (June 6, 2014) (order affirming class certification for applicants to the Foreign Service denied or delayed in hiring because of their disabilities, based upon the "worldwide availability" policy)

Meyer, et al. v. Clinton (Department of State), EEOC Case No. 570-2008-00018X (September 30, 2010) (certifying class action based upon disability discrimination in State Department's Foreign Service Officer hiring)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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