PRICE WATERHOUSE V HOPKINS

The 1989 case decided by the U.S Supreme court. The justices ruled that any decision by an employer to hire someone influenced even in part by the sex of the applicant is discriminatory. The ruling was 5 to 4.

PRICE WATERHOUSE V HOPKINS: "Price Waterhouse V Hopkins is regarded as a major ruling on sex discrimination in hiring practices."
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