Iowa appeals court blasts local commission's review of discrimination claims

After a civil rights claim is filed with a municipal human rights commission in Iowa, an administrative law judge (ALJ) may conduct a hearing to determine whether the employer acted lawfully. The ALJ's decision is then subject to review by the local human rights commission and the state courts. Read on to learn what the Iowa Court of Appeals thought of the Mason City Human Rights Commission's (MCHRC) review of a recent claim of discrimination brought against FedEx. Read More...