'Cops' Producer Fired Older Worker, Suit Says

Law360, New York (September 28, 2012, 1:51 PM EDT) -- A former associate producer for the television program "Cops" on Thursday sued the show's production company in California state court, alleging that he was fired due to a discriminatory policy that forced out older employees.  

Steven W. Kiger, 57, accused Langley Productions Inc., the company behind the long-running reality series "Cops," of wrongful termination and discrimination, saying that despite an "exemplary track record" in his 22 years of working on the show, most recently as an associate producer, the production company fired him "in substantial part"...
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