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4th Circ. OKs Time Warner Worker's Jury Win In Age Bias Suit

Law360 (May 22, 2019, 8:51 PM EDT) -- A Fourth Circuit majority on Wednesday affirmed a fired Time Warner Cable worker's $335,000 jury win over the "croaks" from a dissenting member, saying the worker offered enough evidence that the company used her fudging a date on a form as an excuse for firing her because of her age.

The majority suggested longtime TWC worker Glenda Westmoreland's evidence the company canned her in 2015 because of her then 60 years of age was short of compelling, conceding that a judge could "take a different view of the facts upon reading a cold record." But that was not its duty on...

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May 29, 2018

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