Rocco Pearson4/23/18ACCT 261-01AyersIRAC AnalysisStoll v. RunyonIssuesIssue 1:One issue faced with the Stoll v. Runyon case is whether or not Cynthia Stoll, a former employee of the Sacramento Post Office, is subject to a Title VII violation by the post office. TheEqual Employment Opportunity Commission’s administrative law judge will determine if Stoll shall receive back and front pay as well as attorneys’ fees in result of the case. Issue 2:Another issue face in this case is if Stoll’s pro se complaint against the Post Office for sexual harassment in violation of Title VII was “time-barred” by the statute of limitations applicable to the Office of Federal Operation’s initial decision on the issue of front pay.Issue 3:Another issue with the case is whether or not Stoll is entitled to equitable tolling of the statute of limitations. The district court will determine if Stoll satisfies the elements of equitable tolling.Rules Rule as to Issue 1:Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, is a federal law that prohibits discriminationon the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. A form of prohibited discrimination related to this case would be sexual harassment. The first kind of sexual harassment to be prohibited is, quid pro que, which was apparent in Stoll’s case.