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Supreme Court Dismisses Age Discrimination Case After All

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Last week, we blogged about the Supreme Court opening its term with an age discrimination case, Madigan v. Levin. The case raised the question of whether a public sector employee can circumvent the procedural and damages limitations in the statutory Age Discrimination in Employment Act by pursuing a claim under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. [Read more…]

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Supreme Court Decides It Might Not Decide Age Discrimination Case After All

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The Supreme Court opened its new term yesterday with an interesting case regarding the right of public sector employees to bring age discrimination claims under the U.S. Constitution. After oral argument though, it seems like the Court might be having second thoughts about whether to decide the case after all. [Read more…]

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Stereotypes about Older Workers Can Turn into Age Discrimination

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The National Senior Games begin in Cleveland today. For those who don’t know, it’s essentially the Olympics for U.S. athletes 50 and older. The Plain Dealer has been previewing the Senior Games all week, and today posted an article entitled “National Senior Games Athletes Obliterate Myths About Aging and Fitness.” In reading it, we noticed that some of the myths about older athletes are the same ones we see about older employees in age discrimination cases. [Read more…]

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BBG Wins Reversal of Tainted Verdict in Age Discrimination Case

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The Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals in Cuyahoga County held today that our client was denied his constitutional right to a fair trial in his age discrimination lawsuit when a potentially biased juror was permitted to serve on the jury. As a result, the Court of Appeals threw out a tainted jury verdict against our client and sent the case back for new trial. [Read more…]

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