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Employers could be responsible for the acts of employees who discriminate on grounds of age.
Perception -- Employers cannot harass or otherwise discriminate against someone because he or she is perceived to be a member of a particular racial, national origin or religious belief, regardless of whether that perception is correct.
Even primatologists who have long studied monkeys prove unable to discriminate between previously seen and new monkey faces, according to an unpublished study by Odile Petit of the Primate Ethology and Behavioral Ecology Center in Strasbourg, France.
The Supreme Court has ruled that for a governmental entity (the only type of entity restricted by the constitution) to discriminate under the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, a plaintiff must prove an intent to discriminate.
An employer may not discriminate against an applicant or employee because that person is related to or has an association with a disabled person.
The Act provides that entities which operate transportation systems, but whose primary business is not transporting people (such as a hotel which runs a shuttle to the airport), may not discriminate against people with disabilities in providing their transportation services.
law at the World Trade Organization, arguing that the law unfairly discriminates against imports from these two nations.
Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D-NY), respectively, would make it illegal to discriminate against someone on the basis of genetic information.
Same-sex liaisons are Satan's counterfeit of marriage, and on July 12, 2002, three Superior Court of Ontario Justices ruled unanimously that not to recognize samesex marriages would be a violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms because it would discriminate against "gays" and lesbians.
Mental ailments don't discriminate by creed, race, or gender; however, societies tend to wrongfully discriminate against those suffering from such disorders.