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Date:Thursday, September 28, 2023
Time:12:06 EST
cc:Cheyanne.Costilla@FCHR.MyFlorida.com; MiamiAtty@EEOC.gov
Subject:Contract Violation (!) | Dual-Filed Complaint | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al
Attachments:0a_Complaint_Employment.pdf; EEOC Discrimination Charge (New) | Employment | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al; RE: Status Update (?) | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al | Employment Discrimination

Hello EEOC Liaison Hernandez,

The FCHR has violated its 2023 Workshare Agreement with you.


1. he statewide agency’s done so by failing to notify me (ie, “the Charging Party”) of the dual-filed nature of my charge.

2. It’s had two months to do so, yet – despite receiving multiple inquiries from me – it’s [apparently] refused to provide me [even] basic case information.

Legal Application

3. According to §2E of the 2023 Workshare Agreement, the FCHR was supposed to notify me within 10 days of receiving my complaint (attached).

4. Obviously, the FCHR has broken that agreement, because [much] more than 10 days have passed (please see 60Y-5.0011(1) FAC).
a. In fact, roughly 58 days have passed since they received it.
5. The state agency’s dereliction of duty has even violated state law (§760.11(3) FS).

6. Moreover, there are no legally-viable/reasonable excuses for the FCHR’s failure/refusal to provide me basic case information.


⏃ May you please tell me what my EEOC Case Number is?

Quick History:

1. On July 31, 2023, I dual-filed my charge of employment discrimination (attached).
a. Doing so within 300 days of the last-known discrete act of discrimination
2. On August 3, 2023, an FCHR investigator confirmed ‘actual receipt’.

3. On September 5, 2023, I asked the FCHR for a status update*.

4. On September 13, 2023, I asked the FCHR to tell me what my case number was/is*.

5. As of today’s date (9/28/23), the FCHR has neither
a. Provided a status update; nor
b. Disclosed the case number(s).
*I’ve called/emailed multiple times since then
So – for the time being – may you please just tell me what my EEOC case number is?

Thank You,

Elias Makere, FSA, MAAA | Civil Litigant, Founder
Federal Case No.: 3:20-cv-00905 | (Allstate, USFLMD)
Federal Case No.: 4:21-cv-00096 | (Early, USFLND)
11th Cir. Case No.: 21-11901
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