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Chapter 2 Employment Law Crossword

Across
The party who appeals a lower court's decision.
Right provided by law for a party to sue for remedies when certain legal rights are violated.
A legal database.
A motion made by a defendant in a case when he or she thinks there is not enough evidence to constitute a violation of the law.
The evidence that fits each requirement of a cause of action.
The doctrine of precedent, under which a court must follow earlier judicial decisions when the same points arise again in litigation.
An exception to the doctrine of employment at will.
The adverse effect of a facially neutral practice.
The party who brings a civil suit in a court of law.
A decided case that furnishes a basis for determining later cases involving similar facts or issues.
A broad term that encompasses terminations in response to an employee exercising rights provided by law.
A person sued in a civil proceeding or accused in a criminal proceeding.
The means by which a full case can be located in a law reporter.
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A legal principle based upon facts where the employee reasonably relied on an employer's promise, to the employee's detriment.
Presumption of discrimination where the selection rate (for any employment decision) of the protected group is less than 80 percent of the selection rate of the nonminority group
Occurs when the employee is given no reasonable alternative but to end the employment relationship; considered an involuntary act on the part of the employee.
A motion made by a party to a lawsuit that requests the court review the documentary information and make a judgment based on that, as there is no issue that needs to be determined by the jury.
The American employer-employee relationship was originally based upon this system.
An employment relationship where there is no contractual obligation to remain in the relationship; either party may terminate the relationship at any time, for any reason, as long as the reason is not prohibited by law, such as for discriminatory purposes.
The party against whom an appeal is taken at the Supreme Court Level.
The party against whom an appeal is taken.
Permissible discrimination if legally necessary for an employer’s particular business