An older employee was terminated for reasons of alleged poor performance or misconduct, neither of which were true, or, if they are true, one or more similarly situated younger employees were not terminated for similar poor performance or misconduct Devosia Williams v. Caterpillar Tractor Com... Read On
Boomer Advocate Dan Norwood has been fighting age discrimination in employment for over thirty-eight years. He has won many of these fights in court. More often, though, he has been able to win the fights after just threatening discriminating employers with a lawsuit and negotiating a settlement of the discrimination claim before a lawsuit even has to be filed. It is a lengthy and expensive process to prosecute an age discrimination claim in court and carry it all the way to a jury trial and then, even if he wins at trial, to wait another year or so to win it again on appeal.
Some of the Age Discrimination Cases That Boomer Advocate Dan Norwood Has Won in Court or Settled Before Having to File a Lawsuit in Court
An older employee is terminated during a reduction in force instead of a younger, less qualified employee
Helen Stewart v. Cadna Rubber Company (2014) Employee Helen Stewart was a sixty-two year old warehouse worker who had worked for Cadna Rubber Company for over twelve years. Despite her good service, she was selected for termination, rather than younger, less qualified employees, during a redu... Read On
An applicant for a position is denied hire into a new job or a current employee is denied a promotion to a new position with an employer and a younger, less qualified individual was selected for the position instead Dennis Vawter v. E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company (2016) Job applicant De... Read On
An employee is required to work in a work environment that has become hostile in an effort to try to bully them into retiring or resigning A confidential pre-lawsuit settlement was obtained for a sixty-one year old female who had a thirty-nine year spotless work record until she started gettin... Read On