Similarly situated definition

Similarly situated. “Similarly Situated” means having general characteristics in common such as belonging to the same rate class or operating in the same or similar industries. A utility affiliated gas or power marketer would, for example, be considered similarly situated to other non-affiliated gas or power marketers.
Similarly situated means that in all relevant respects, the comparators are “alike,” Nordlinger v.
Similarly situated means alike in all relevant ways.

Examples of Similarly situated in a sentence

  • Similarly situated applications may be scheduled for arbitration collectively.

  • Similarly situated employees will be treated similarly regarding the application of disciplinary actions, but mitigating circumstances will be considered.

  • Similarly situated employees receive healthcare coverage for a reason other than under COBRA continuation coverage and who, based on all of the facts and circumstances are most similarly situated to the circumstances of the qualified Subscriber immediately before the qualifying event.

  • Similarly situated Owners and occupants shall be treated similarly.

  • Some of the data that shall be considered when developing the SLIP includes, but is not limited to:• Statewide assessment results;• Interim assessment results;• Similarly situated school’s SLIPs; and• Evaluation(s), including staff, student, and community feedback, of the existing SLIP.

More Definitions of Similarly situated

Similarly situated means ISSC customers with substantially the same Customers mix of on-line and batch processing applications and systems resources utilization at similar or lesser volumes.
Similarly situated in this context means the individuals being compared are “identical in all relevant respects or directly comparable
Similarly situated means music users or licensees in the same industry that perform ASCAP music and that operate similar businesses and use music in similar ways and with similar frequency; factors relevant to determining whether music users or licensees are similarly situated include, but are not limited to, the nature and frequency of musical
Similarly situated means that the employees’ circumstances were comparable in all material respects, including similar standards, supervisors, and conduct. Ysleta Indep. Sch. Dist. v. Monarrez, 177 S.W.3d 915, 917 (Tex. 2005). To prove discrimination based on disparate discipline, the misconduct of both disciplined and undisciplined employees “must be of ‘comparable seriousness.’” AutoZone, Inc. v. Reyes, 272 S.W.3d 588, 594 (Tex. 2008) (quoting Monarrez, 177
Similarly situated in this context means the individuals being compared are “identical in all relevant respects or directly comparable . . . in all material respects.” United States v. Green, 654 F.3d 637, 651 (6th Cir. 2011) (citing United States v. Moore, 543 F.3d 891, 896 (7th Cir. 2008); TriHealth, Inc v. Bd of Comms, 430 F.3d 783, 790 (6th Cir. 2005)). Unmarried employees, whether opposite-sex or same-sex, are not similarly situated to married employees in all material respects.
Similarly situated generally means activity at the same plant of office, by the same supervisory personnel and by the same pattern of conduct.
Similarly situated means similar in all relevant respects; absent such