Best Answer

to prove discrimination

User Avatar

Wiki User

11y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the key to a successful rebuttal in a disparate treatment case?
Write your answer...
Still have questions?
magnify glass
Related questions

What is the rebuttal in debate?

defense just in case they ask a question

What is a Defendant's reply to a plaintiff's surrebuttal called?

Plaintiffs do not have a surrebuttal. They have a rebuttal. Defendants reply is the surreebuttal. Plaintiffs case in chief Defendants case in chief Plaintiffs rebuttal Defendants surrebuttal

What is a rebuttal witness?

A Rebuttal witness is a witness who's testimony contradicts another witness. For example in a murder case the defence might call a character witness to provide evidence that the accused was a mild mannered nice guy. A rebuttal witness might be called by the prosecution to provide contradictory evidence of the accused's character and might testify that the person was violent, bad tempered or abusive. Experts are often called to testify for the prosecution and the defence will then often call other (rebuttal) experts who might have reached a different conclusion.

What is the phase of a debate in which a debater gets the chance to discuss the case made by their opponent?

I think it is either justification or rebuttal. Hope l helped!!:D

Do UTIs tend to keep coming back despite initially successful treatment?

It is common for urinary tract infections to return a while after treatment of the initial case. Almost half of all sufferers will experience a recurrence within a year of the first incident.

A cause of action that's good enough to require rebuttal and to submit the case to trial is what?

A cause of action that requires rebuttal and trial typically involves a claim where the plaintiff has provided enough evidence to support their allegations, creating a genuine issue of material fact that needs to be resolved by the court. This typically involves situations where the defendant's actions or negligence have caused harm or damages to the plaintiff, leading to a disputed legal issue that must be adjudicated through the trial process.

Can a medical treatment case result to a lost time injury case?

Certainly medical treatment for an injury can be connected with an injury that involves lost time from work, but it depends on the nature of the injury and the kind of medical treatment that is required.

How long does it take to get pregnant on Clomid if you have PCOS?

Every case is different but most patients will see successful conception within 4-5 treatment cycles. If conception does not occur after six or more cycles, you may need more intervention (IUI or IVF). Talk to your doctor about your case for more detail.

How long do you have you have to wear invisalign?

It varies from case to case depending on the complexity of treatment and other factors.

What type of treatment is suggested in the long-term for someone who is bipolar?

A combination of Medication, Therapy, Case Management and supportive family has been proven time and time again to be successful for a majority of Bi-bolar suffers. There is no easy answer or treatment for this. But with hard work and a Good Doctor you can prevail! The most recommended course of treatment is behavioral therapy. You would be advised to talk to your health care professional before attempting any sort of long term treatment...

Is myasthenia gravis terminal?

It can respond to treatment. I was given 3 hours of intravenous immunoglobulin for 5 days and intensive physio. I was in hospital for 2 months. The disease affected me after a streptococcal infection 6 years ago. My treatment was successful, cost the NHS well over £5k but I am reasonably well now. This disease is often misdiagnosed.

Case study of Bill Gates as a successful entrepreneur?

Matt is a butt