AIG Unit Accused Of Pushing Out 'Dinosaurs' In Age Bias Suit

Law360, New York (May 5, 2015, 6:45 PM EDT) -- An insurance unit of American International Group Inc. harassed and pushed out older workers it saw as "dinosaurs," a former claims director at the company alleges in a proposed age discrimination class action filed in New York federal court.

When a new manager took charge of the complex claims unit in 2012, she fired or made older employees resign through verbal abuse and overly harsh reviews, Richard Kosh claims in his suit filed Friday against AIG, AIG Property Casualty Inc. and AIG Claims Inc.

“Mr. Kosh was a star performer for 24 years, getting very good performance evaluations. And then suddenly...

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