How long does a discrimination lawsuit take?

Each case is different. Some cases can be settled before a lawsuit is even filed and some go to trial or even appeal. Different factors go into how long your case will last, ranging from how complicated the case is to how badly the parties wish to resolve the issues quickly. Generally, it takes about 12-24 months to get a trial date in civil court.

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