Former Top EEOC Lawyer Under Obama to Build Firm's DC Office

David Lopez said he hopes the Trump administration will follow "historical bipartisan commitment" to antidiscrimination.

, The National Law Journal

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P. David Lopez, the former U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission general counsel who left the agency last week, said it is too early to know how President-elect Donald Trump will approach EEOC enforcement. But he pointed to broad political support for antidiscrimination laws as a positive sign for the commission’s existing enforcement initiatives. Lopez is joining the New York firm Outten & Golden to help build its first Washington office.

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