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    Awaiting Summary Judgement decision in a EEOC case

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    EEOC Case: On August 9, 2012 the moving party submitted a motion for summary judgement before the Judge. The complainant was given up to Oct 1, 2012 to respond. Complainant responded on Oct 1, 2012.





    Question: It has been just over 6months since the motion was sent forth. Is there a general time frame in which the administrative judge issue a decision as to hold a hearing or issues a judgement.

    Question: Are there any legal actions, and or motions one can take to receive a decision from the administrative judge, without angering the judge?

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    Duplicate post - posted earlier under http://www.thelaw.com/forums/showthread.php?t=51939
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epiphany01 View Post
    EEOC Case: On August 9, 2012 the moving party submitted a motion for summary judgement before the Judge. The complainant was given up to Oct 1, 2012 to respond. Complainant responded on Oct 1, 2012.



    Question: It has been just over 6months since the motion was sent forth. Is there a general time frame in which the administrative judge issue a decision as to hold a hearing or issues a judgement.

    Question: Are there any legal actions, and or motions one can take to receive a decision from the administrative judge, without angering the judge?

    Six months?

    Heck, these cases take 10 or 15 times that, if NOT more.

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    The EEOC info does say generally 180 days but could take longer depending on the case & how busy they are. I think they are busy a lot!
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