law_suits - Soyouarebeingsued? BasesforLawsuits...

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So you are being sued?
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Bases for Lawsuits Disparate treatment Disparate (adverse) impact Retaliation Pattern & Practice
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Discrimination and the Courts Plaintiff (Employee) Must establish a “ prima facie ” case Plaintiff must present evidence which makes the  employer’s actions appear discriminatory Defendant (Employer) Must present a rebuttal to “ prima facie ” case Defendant must present evidence that justifies  the fairness of its actions
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Establishing a  Prima Facie  Case Company Policy Plaintiff proves that the company has a formal  policy that restricts the selection of a protected  group Discriminatory Remarks Plaintiff must produce evidence that certain  biased remarks were made by the employer  regarding the protected group The McDonnell-Douglas Test The Four-Fifths Rule
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Establishing a  Prima Facie  Case—   The McDonnell-Douglas Test
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2011 for the course HRM 343 taught by Professor Norton,s during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin–Parkside.

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