27) However, a mechanical application of existing disparate impact
doctrine will fail to meet the particular risks that workforce analytics pose.
In addition to the disparate impact
on environmental justice communities, the pipeline has significant environmental impacts throughout its route, including the imminent threat of horizontal direction drilling (HDD) along major rivers in Florida, such as the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers.
500(c)(1), in order to establish a "prima facie showing of disparate impact
," (83) the "charging party.
When discussing disparate impact
most people think of racial discrimination, but there are 12 federally protected classes: race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, citizenship, familial status, disability status, veteran status and genetic information.
Toomey questioned the agency's use of disparate impact
, stating it was applying a novel new approach.
First, disparate impact
claims may now be brought against lenders under an additional provision of the FHA.
If unsuccessful job-seekers can file disparate impact
claims against employers, businesses will need to curtail bona fide hiring practices to the detriment of future job seekers.
What makes OCR's disparate impact
analysis all the more remarkable is that it has already been soundly rejected by the Supreme Court.
As to the disparate impact
claim, the Eleventh Circuit, sitting en banc, examined the pertinent section of the statute, which makes it "unlawful for an employer .
For example, is an employment policy that causes a one percent disparate impact
an appropriate policy for redress through disparate impact
The Disparate Impact
Fix: The Current Model Does Not Adequately Address Problems Faced by Formerly Incarcerated People 554 B.
Within this context, this Comment considers how implicit bias might be used as "social framework" evidence to substantiate an employee's disparate impact