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    Support for Prima Facie Case of Discrimination

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    Once the employee has offered evidence to support a prima facie case for disparate treatment age discrimination, the employer burden of proof shifts and the employer:
    (I) can present a legitimate and nondiscriminatory reason for its employment decision.
    (II) can use the BFOQ defense
    (III) can claim exemption from compliance based on the OWBPA
    (IV) can claim a business necessity defense

    A. I only.

    B. I and II.

    C. I, II, and III.

    D. I, II and IV.

    E. I, II, III and IV.

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    D. I, II and IV.

    The employer can only claim an exemption under the OWBPA if the employee has voluntarily ...

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    This solution provides the correct answer, along with a clear explanation to the prima facie case of discrimination presented.