June 25, 2012

EEOC Age Discrimination Suit Settled by NY law firm

In New York, the law firm of Kelley Drye & Warren, will end its policy of requiring partners to give up their ownership interest in the firm once they reach 70 years old and have agreed to pay $574,000 to an attorney who continued to practice at the firm after he turned 70.  According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the law firm’s old policy held that attorneys who wanted to practice after […]
February 21, 2012

Arizona Bank accused of Age and Sex Discrimination brought by EEOC

In Arizona, a financial corporation doing business as the Bank of Albuquerque, has been accused of unlawfully terminating two managers, Elizabeth Morantes and Yolanda Fernandez because of their age.
August 15, 2011

Municipal Workers’ Bias Lawsuits on the Rise

Discrimination cases filed by city employees in New York has been on the rise, particularly during Mayor Bloomberg’s first two terms in office, at rate of 12 percent higher than Rudolph W. Giuliani’s two terms as mayor.