By Pete Brush (October 21, 2013, 3:53 PM EDT) -- A Cushman & Wakefield Inc. executive hit her company with a $20 million suit Monday claiming the real estate services giant discriminated against her by paying her less than male co-workers and promoting a far younger man from outside the company to the position of New York tri-state region president.
The gender and age discrimination complaint lodged by plaintiff Suzy A. Reingold in New York City court seeks back pay and damages. The 66-year-old plaintiff, Cushman's New York-based tri-state chief operating officer, claims the company tapped a younger, less experienced man named Ron Lo Russo for the tri-state president position despite her...
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