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There is no general rule that says it is against the law to let someone see the complaint against them.
There could, conceivably, be stuff in there that is confidential.
It is slandering me. Shouldn't I have the right to defend myself?
You can, but some things are privileged by law. Also, you don't have any "rights" until you get into court.
If the employee goes to EEOC or gets a lawyer how can I know what was said about me?
If they go to the EEOC you can get a copy of anything they file. If you get sued, which they can only do after they go to the EEOC, then you have the right to request a copy of anything that is rlevant.
Okay. That helps a lot. Thank you
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