Double Denial In Disparate Impact Litigation: Court Rejects Both EEOC and Employer’s Statistical Arguments In Summary Judgment Motions

Claud Mccoid

Seyfarth Synopsis: In EEOC v. Schuster Co., No. thirteen-CV-4063, 2021 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 79815 (N.D. Iowa Apr. thirteen, 2021), the EEOC alleged that Defendant’s use of a power exam experienced disparate impression on feminine position applicants for driving positions. Following equally get-togethers moved for summary judgment, the Courtroom denied equally motions, holding that the “4/5 Rule” relied on by Defendant served as a standard benchmark as opposed to a dispositive measuring stick, and materials problems of reality remained as to the…
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