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How Can a Plaintiff Prove Intentional Employment Discrimination if She Cannot Explore the Relevant Circumstances: The Need for Broad Workforce and Time Parameters in Discovery

Grebeldinger, Susan K.

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subject
Employment Law
citation
159 (spage)
74 (volume)
contributor
Grebeldinger, Susan K. (author)
date
2010-08-23T12:34:55Z (accessioned)
2010-08-23T12:34:55Z (available)
1996 (issued)
identifier
74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 159 (1996-1997) (citation)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/26042 (uri)
source
Denver University Law Review
title
How Can a Plaintiff Prove Intentional Employment Discrimination if She Cannot Explore the Relevant Circumstances: The Need for Broad Workforce and Time Parameters in Discovery
type
Article

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