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Tests used by courts to determine a prima facie case of unlawful discrimination

By Harvey Randall, Esq.

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Tests used by courts to determine a prima facie case of unlawful discriminationDaljit Singh v State of New York Off. of Real Prop. Servs., 40 A.D.3d 1354, Appellate Division, Third Department The Singh case sets out the tests used by courts in considering allegations of unlawful discrimination in employment. Daljit Singh, who is originally from India, was hired by the New York State Office of Real Property Services [ORPS]. Ultimately Singh was terminated for failing to satisfactorily complete read more

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