The insurance company defendants "do not point to an insurance pricing regulatory goal which is hampered by the application of the civil rights laws
to the credit-scoring practice at issue here, save the implied goal of allowing the states to pursue their pricing regulatory goals in isolation, Judge Fortunato P.
But at some point, Clinton apparently calculated that he could purchase quietude from the party's often-restive left wing cheaply and effectively by turning over to it the entire federal civil rights law
enforcement arsenal and tenaciously promoting racial preferences.
One reason was that civil rights law
makes it easier to sue a corporation, with its deep pockets, than an individual harasser.
The school also publishes Civil Rights Law
Journal, The Docket, Federal Circuit Court Law Review and Supreme Court Economic Review.
Under these circumstances the Court finds Civil Rights Law
[sections] 52 to be unconstitutional.
Like every civil rights law
in our history, the Americans with Disabilities Act is just that.
Staying on point is an integral part of the way this agency enforces civil rights law
After 1873, hostility toward constitutionalism, an anti-Republican sentiment, and the passage of Mississippi's civil rights law
finally united whites who felt that the election of blacks imperiled total white community power and that black aspirations could no longer be circumscribed.
He didn't interpret the ruling as a political or philosophical statement on the reparations movement; Norgle's discussion of the Civil War and civil rights law
was simply intended to show that the issue belongs before Congress and the president, according to McGaan.
For several years, he taught civil rights law
at the University of San Diego School of Law, and, most recently, at the national university in Riga, Latvia as a visiting Fulbright Scholar.
League members can be proud of the extraordinary contribution of our local, state and national Leagues as we advocated together for the renewal of the landmark civil rights law
Justice Alito cited the fact that the law was updated after the court's 1969 decision that read into the 19th-century civil rights law
a right to sue for retaliation.