Welcome to EEOC E-File for Attorneys
A charge of discrimination is a signed statement asserting that an employer, union, or labor organization engaged in employment discrimination. It requests the EEOC take remedial action. The laws the EEOC enforces, except for the Equal Pay Act, require a person to file a charge before filing a lawsuit. There are strict time limits for filing a charge.
Using this application, a licensed attorney may file a charge on behalf of a client by either (1) uploading and submitting a charge your client has previously signed under penalty of perjury but has not yet submitted to the EEOC or (2) by creating and submitting a charge that the attorney’s client can sign under penalty of perjury through the EEOC Public Portal.
Please note that if you would like to access a charge you have already submitted through this application, you must do so through the EEOC Public Portal. You cannot access that charge here.
By proceeding, you acknowledge that (1) you are an attorney licensed to practice law, (2) you represent a person on whose behalf you are submitting the charge, (3) your client has authorized you to submit a charge on their behalf, and (4) the information you are providing is true and correct to the best of your knowledge.