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Austin Court of Appeals Affirms Disparate Impact Judgment in Age Discrimination Case

Thirty-three City of Austin employees sued for age discrimination, claiming that the terms of their transfer from a defunct department to the Austin Police Department had a disparate impact on Read More

Fifth Circuit Addresses Damages in an Age Discrimination Case

The Fifth Circuit considered an age discrimination case in Miller v. Raytheon Co., No. 11-10586 (5th Cir. May 2, 2013) (published).  The most interesting aspect of the decision is the Read More

Houston Federal Court: Age Discrimination Plaintiff Presented Sufficient Evidence of Pretext

Judge Sim Lake of the Southern District of Texas considered an age discrimination claim in Paulissen v. MEI Technologies, Inc., 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 59175 (S.D. Tex. April 25, 2013). The plaintiff, Read More

El Paso Court of Appeals Affirms Age Discrimination Verdict

The El Paso Court of Appeals considered an age discrimination claim in Williams-Pyro, Inc. v. Barbour (March 20, 2013).  A jury had found that the employer terminated the plaintiff because of Read More

Beaumont Court of Appeals: Age Discrimination Claim Accrued When Layoffs Were Announced, Not When They Occurred

The Beaumont Court of Appeals considered an age discrimination claim in Floersheim v. Motiva Enterprises, LLC, which was decided on March 28, 2013. The employer laid off the plaintiff from his Read More

Fifth Circuit: Parking Attendant Applicant Failed to Show Pretext When Denied a Job Based on Graded Interviews

Gonzalez v. City of San Antonio, No. 12-50472 (5th Cir. March 12, 2013) (unpublished), is yet another case that shows the weight that the Fifth Circuit is giving to selection Read More

Fifth Circuit Finds Evidence of Pretext in a Supervisor's Expression of Animus Against Older Employees and Applies the "Cat's Paw" Rule

The Fifth Circuit is often unsympathetic to appeals from summary judgments against employees in discrimination cases.  However, on February 1, 2013, we saw an exception, when the Fifth Circuit overturned Read More

Texas Supreme Court: No Prima Facie Case When the Plaintiff Is Replaced by an Older Worker

The Texas Supreme Court has decided few employment discrimination cases.  One of the most significant cases that the Texas Supreme court has decided is Mission Consolidated Independent School District v. Read More

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