Plaintiff adequately exhausted her administrative remedies under the FEHA by filing a complaint with the DFEH that nearly correctly named her employer’s dba Hooman Chevrolet (instead of Hooman Chevrolet of Culver City) but got the corporate name of the employer wrong Hooman Enterprises, Inc. (instead of NBA Automotive, Inc.).  The administrative complaint also correctly named the plaintiff’s supervisor and other management employees who had discriminated against her, and gave the correct address for the employer.  Defendant could not show any prejudice from the incorrect naming of the employer in the DFEH complaint.  It was served with that complaint and any reasonable investigation would have revealed the employer’s true identity.