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dis·pa·rate

(dis'pa-răt),
Unequal; not alike.
[L. disparo, pp. -atus, to separate, fr. paro, to prepare]

disparate

(dĭs′pă-răt) [L. disparitas, unequal]
Dissimilar, not equally paired.
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In a statement released after the Supreme Court's ruling, American Bankers Association (ABA) President Frank Keating said that disparate impact "is not the right tool to achieve fairness and prevent discrimination in lending.
the Court decided that the Fair Housing Act allows for plaintiffs to bring disparate impact claims.
Many factors must exist for a plaintiff to move forward with their claim of experiencing a disparate impact under the Fair Housing Act.
California EPA concludes that, without congressional action, the administration's unilateral re-interpretation of Title VI law would give the EPA "unfettered discretion to apply statistical data in any way it chooses, create risk assessments without peer reviewed standards, determine that all discharges create measurable disparate impacts by their very existence and treat people differently based on racial or ethnic grounds.
A law enforcement administrator may decide to avoid these problems by avoiding a disparate impact on women.
Also delighted by the SCOTUS majority opinion will be the cottage industry of special interest community and social justice activist groups that are financially and ideologically dependent on using disparate impact to implement their ethnic preferential treatment public policy agendas.
Local residents filed suit against the township, arguing that the redevelopment lacked affordable housing and, therefore, had a disparate impact on minorities and violated the Fair Housing Act.
Current security and surveillance applications lack the ability to compile, integrate and analyze the growing volume of disparate types and sources of rich media and biometric data," said Rimas Buinevicius, CEO of Sonic Foundry.
93-88 provides that victims of disparate treatment discrimination may exclude all compensating damages, including backpay, from gross income because the Civil Rights Act of 1991 provides such victims a broad range of remedies not previously available to plaintiffs.
In evaluating whether an employment standard has a disparate impact, a mathematical comparison must be made of a particular group's success rate in regard to the standard versus the success rate of other groups.
For employees in age discrimination litigation, the availability of relief often will depend on whether liability can be based on a policy's disparate impact on older workers.
If you're able to query these disparate data sources, you then must be able to combine them.