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How does a potential client actually engage one of Billy-Bob's trial lawyers?
At 85 years of age, this retired Vet still has IT upstairs, along with FIRE in the
belly, below... BUT when any given University refuses to accept the premise that
(1) Selection Committees can be, and are often motivated by "PERSONAL FEELINGS"
instead of (2) obvious TECHNICAL DIFFERENCES... and incidentally, I served for 22 years
as a U.S. Federal Government EEO OFFICER, and I KNOW what I describe to be true...
AND that Universities often refuse to allow any challenge by any outside (or "neutral"
inside) re-examination. So in such cases, how can AGE/SKILLS DISCRIMINATION ever
be proven to exist in a Court of Law? PLease answer to Dr. F. R. Weirauch [*****@******.***].
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 1 year ago.

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