Posts tagged ADEA.
This case arose from a dispute regarding where housing for low-income persons should be constructed in Dallas, Texas-that is, whether low-income housing projects that received government tax credits should be built in the predominantly white suburbs or the predominantly minority-represented inner city. The case was founded on a disparate impact theory of liability. In contrast to a disparate treatment theory, where a plaintiff must establish that the defendant employed a discriminatory intent or motive, a disparate impact claim challenges practices that have a ...
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