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discriminatory

adjective biased, bigoted, favoring, inequitable, influenced, iniquitous, jaundiced, one-sided, partisan, preconceived, predisposed, prejudiced, selective, separate, slanted, unjust, unjustified, warped
Associated concepts: discriminatory action, discriminatory implementation, discriminatory laws, selective enforceeent
See also: inequitable, one-sided, partial
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The guidance addresses how various legal approaches, such as discriminatory effects and disparate treatment, apply in Fair Housing Act cases in which a housing-related decision such as a landlords refusal to rent or renew a lease involves a persons limited ability to speak, read, write, or understand English.
Deciding to treat hostile workplace claims and quid pro quo claims similarly, the court held that an employer can be liable for coworker conduct if the employee's co-worker acts to malign the employee for discriminatory reasons with the intent to cause the plaintiffs firing; the co-worker's discriminatory acts proximately caused the employee to be fired; and the employer terminates the employee based on acts by the co-worker it knew (or reasonably should have known) were the product of discriminatory animus.
According to Reuters, Miami has sued Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) and Citigroup, Inc (NYSE: C) in the US federal court in Florida for discriminatory mortgage lending practices against minority residents.
The most prominent [project] is the amendment of five laws that are discriminatory against women that have negative economic and social repercussions on their lives," Sleiman said.
If he is to stand over his statement that would be racist and discriminatory action on his part.
If both had done something wrong, then both were the guilty, but soon World's major powers unleashed propaganda and discriminatory approach only against Pakistan.
So [on appeal] he claims that, under the Fair Pay Act, this 2005 charge is timely because the 300-day statute of limitations starts up again every time he got a paycheck that reflected this company's discriminatory failure to promote.
Employees will be subject to disciplinary or other employment action should they be found to have engaged in discriminatory or sexual harassment.
An investigation by NFHA and its member organizations identified 7,500 discriminatory advertisements during the past year that violated the federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to make, print or publish housing ads that discriminate or limit equal access to apartments or homes based on race, color, national origin, sex, religion, familial status or disability.
Ms Morris said: "Previously the UK courts held that only the Equality and Human Rights Commission could bring an action against a discriminatory advertisement.
This legislative change is necessary to prevent discriminatory practices that target a specific population of applicants and insured based on future lawful travel.