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

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