Aug 09, 2017

why the plaintiff`s disparate (adverse) impact claim fail?

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Dunlap v. Tennessee Valley Authority

INSTRUCTIONS:
• Read the Dunlap v. Tennessee Valley Authority case. You are to write a 3 page report that answers the following questions: 1. What were the legal issues in this case? 2. Explain why the plaintiff`s disparate (adverse) impact claim fail? 3. Explain why the plaintiff`s disparate treatment claim succeed? 4. What should the TVA have done differently with regard to interviewing and selecting candidates for these jobs? The format of the report is to be as follows: o Typed, double spaced, Times New Roman font (size 12), one inch margins on all sides, APA format. o Type the question followed by your answer to the question. o In addition to the 3 pages required, a title page is to be included. The title page is to contain the title of the assignment, your name, the instructor`s name, the course title, and the date. The report will be graded using the following rubric. NOTE: One of the criteria that you will be graded on is the quality of your answers, the logic/organization of the report, your language skills, and your writing skills. **will upload rubic PLEASE FOLLOW!!**
CONTENT:
Read the Dunlap v. Tennessee Valley Authority Name Professor Course Date of submission What were the legal issues in this case? The legal issue in the case of Dunlap v. Tennessee Valley Authority was racial discrimination about black applicants during the TVA`s interview, in which Dunlap alleged disparate impact and disparate treatment. David Dunlap who filed the lawsuit claimed that the hiring process used by TVA was racially biased against him and other black applicants. Dunlap argues that he had a 20 year work experience as a boilermaker and 15 of which he had experience as a foreman. More so, Dunlap also had an experience working with TVA and going through the TVA training program. Despite all these, his efforts to get employment with the TVA since 1970s bore no fruits. Dunlap argued that the selection process used by TVA was racially biased in so many ways against black applicants (FindLaw, 2012). For instance, the selection committee comprised five officials four of whom were white and the remaining one was black. Therefore, the selection committee to start with was not balanced, and this enhanced an avenue for racial discrimination. Another example that showed racial discrimination was the attendance record score. Whereas Dunlap had the same excellent at...


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