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Supreme Court to Decide Standard of Proof in Section 1981 Discrimination Cases
Supreme Court to Decide Standard of Proof in Section 1981 Discrimination Cases

The U.S Supreme Court has announced that it will hear argument on a significant discrimination issue; what is the standard for proving bias in Section 1981 cases? The matter involves a black-owned media company suing Comcast for failing to carry its programming. Throughout ...

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    The U.S Supreme Court has announced that it will hear argument on a significant discrimination issue; what is the standard for proving bias in Section 1981 cases? The matter involves a black-owned ...

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