- Settled case involving a 67-year-old landscaper who worked for a company that terminated him, alleging that he could no longer perform the essential functions of his job. Plaintiff had worked for the company for 22 years, never received a write-up, and was never put on a performance improvement plan.
- Resolved a lawsuit brought by a 62-year-old human resources manager, who claimed that the owner of the company kept asking plaintiff when he was going to retire, insinuated that he was getting a little old for work, and asked whether he wanted to spend more time with his grandchildren.
- Settled a case involving a 47-year-old A&R recording label employee, who allegedly was told repeatedly that he was “too old” to be in the clubs, this was a “young person’s job,” and that “he looked tired all time” and “wasn’t getting enough sleep.”
- Settled a lawsuit involving a 66-year-old employee for a large manufacturing company, who allegedly was called a “Boomer,” told “he was losing a step,” and that he “always had trouble with new technology.” The company also seemed to be systematically removing older workers and replacing them with younger ones, although the company denied this.