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The EEOC's Predicament with Respect to the ADEA's 50th Anniversary

Pity the poor EEOC.

The EEOC is in the painful position of having to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, which the EEOC has failed to aggressively enforce and arguably violates itself. 690 more words

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The New Yorker Wimps Out on Age Discrimination

An article on ageism in the November 20 issue of The New Yorker is oddly detached and completely misses the point.

For one thing, The New Yorker fails in the article,  946 more words

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U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging Neglects its History of Advocacy for Older Workers

In the past, the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging has been an advocate for older workers who are faced with age discrimination in employment. 575 more words

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Supreme Court Again Ignores Legal Inequality of Older Workers

The U.S. Supreme Court this week declined to resolve a federal circuit split on the question of whether plaintiffs suing for age discrimination or retaliation can recover punitive damages and  damages for pain and suffering. 349 more words

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Another Nightmare from the EEOC Crypt

Here’s another  case that illustrates the type of unconventional “justice” that is being meted out by the EEOC these days.

A veteran white male police officer, 48, was passed over for the position of lead police officer at the Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Dallas, TX. 535 more words

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Jury Finds Large Health Insurer Guilty of Age Discrimination

TALLAHASSEE, FL (August 15, 2017).  A jury of six men and women ruled today that one of Florida’s largest health insurers committed age discrimination by denying my client, a heavily-experienced optometrist, a promotion to a senior management position.   371 more words

Albany Discrimination Lawyer

‘Apprentisaurus’ Age Claim Is Now Extinct

A court decision out of Illinois involved a slew of age-discriminatory comments from co-workers.

Several co-workers called Jeffrey Kawczynski the “apprentisaurus” and one wrote the epithet on his work helmet, Kawczynski said.  315 more words

Michael Homans