A: So, hire a lawyer and go meet with the investigator or do a 3-way on the telephone with your lawyer and the investigator. How are you going to move forward if you don't know why you were terminated? First things first.
A: Well, you didn't pose a question so there is no answer necessary. However, if you felt your rights were being violated why didn't you file an EEOC Complaint? You may still be able to. Your facts were so thin, it's impossible to tell what your rights may be.
A: It depends on what statute your are suing under.
Title VII provides that a court, in its discretion, may award reasonable attorneys' fees to the prevailing party. ... That determination is relatively clear when a plaintiff proves his or her discrimination case and a favorable judgment or court order is entered in the plaintiff's favor.