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30-32 1. Part 1: Disparate treatment discrimination is when you prove that there was employment discrimination. The employee claims there were unfair treatments towards them. Part 2: Marvin Olsen was a black male working for St Mary’s Center, a half-way house. Olsen has always had a satisfactory employment record. Until he received a new supervisor. Over the course of time Olsen was disciplined each time being more severe than the last until he was ultimately terminated. Olsen filed suit for discrimination since he was black, the Center stated the reason for the removal was not because he was black but because he had violated procedures and threatened his supervisor. The district court found that the Center’s allegations towards Olsen were false, Olsen failed to prove that he was removed for any racial bias. The supreme court would most likely rule the same unless Olsen can prove that the center removed him due to his race. Part 3: The rule is very simple, as long as you understand what you are stating then you should be fine. Understanding the allegations that you are either claiming or someone is claiming against you is very important. 2. Part 1: Respondeat Superior is a legal doctrine that explains the responsibility the principal and agent have to one another. Usually this holds the employer or principal legally responsible for any wrongful acts of an employee or agent. Part 2: Perez worked for a farming company Morrison & Morrison one of his jobs was to drive the tractor and pull machinery behind while going through the orchard. On one occasion Perez invited his nephew Inez to work. Since there was only one set on the tractor His nephew sat on a toolbox next to him. Inez fell off the tractor and suffered severe injuries when the tractor ran over his leg. Perez tried to sue the company but Perez was informed that is was against company
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  • Fall '16
  • Charles Kaiser

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