“A claim is considered exhausted if is within the scope of the EEOC complaint and reasonably expected to grow out of a charge of discrimination. In examining a Title VII or ADEA action, the Court’s inquiry is not…limited to the exact charge [of discrimination]. The Fifth Circuit has recognized that a Title VII plaintiff is not required to check a certain box or recite a specific incantation to exhaust his or her administrative remedies. Additionally, EEOC charges are construed broadly and require a fact-intensive analysis.” 2016 WL 3275166, at *2. (alteration in original) (citations omitted).
Broussard v. Jazz Casino Co., No. 15-6959, 2016 WL 3275166 (E.D. La. June 15, 2016).