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Williams v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Wells Fargo summarily terminates employees who it determines have been convicted of crimes involving dishonesty (which make them legally ineligible for employment at an FDIC-insured institution). And that policy is a business necessity, says the Eighth Circuit, regardless of whether it creates a disparate impact on African-American or Latino employees.


Tags: 2018, Civil Rights, Disparate Impact, Eighth Circuit, Employment Discrimination

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