"The samples supported the impact theory
; that the craters were formed by collisions.
The comet impact theory
is further corroborated by an old clay tablet from the British Museum in room 55, that is called K8538.
(105) Importantly, the disparate impact theory
and its proof
Ellis III granted the park's motion for summary judgment, saying that the families relied too heavily on the disparate impact theory
, under which policies that are not overtly discriminatory may nevertheless violate the FHA if they disproportionately impact members of a protected class in practice.
A NEW TWIST ON the giant impact theory
posits that the Moon formed from Earth's vaporized remains after an epic collision.
BILYEU IS THE CO-FOUNDER AND HOST OF IMPACT THEORY
AND THE CO-FOUNDER OF QUEST NUTRITION.
Supporting resilience in war-affected children: How differential impact theory
is useful in humanitarian practice.
There is a circuit split on the role of "practical significance" inquiries at the prima facie stage, (1) raising a fundamental question about disparate impact theory
: Are such "small"--effects, about whose existence we are confident--legally insignificant?
In Section C, I consider what an effective legal response to classification bias might look like, and how it should differ from conventional disparate impact theory
in order to more closely meet the unique challenges that biased algorithms pose.
If the giant impact theory
were true, the moon should be mostly made of material from the meteorite.
(17) Part II of this Note discusses the history and evolution of disparate impact theory
and how the rationale used in Inclusive Communities could have a major impact on lenders.
Further, federal agencies, which have garnered large settlements from lenders in discrimination challenges brought under a disparate impact theory
, may now have an incentive to target insurers.