agencies-acting-on-complaints

What do federal agencies do when getting deaf
discrimination complaints?

It is through correspondence. The agency will ask
for more information (documents, paperwork, details
of incidents, etc).

It takes time – back and forth correspondence,
giving the defendants opportunity to respond.

The agency then will make a final determination –
to reject or to make a formal discrimination
determination (settlement negotiations or a court
case).

Normally it is attorneys for both parties carrying
on discussions with the federal agency.