Charleston, West Virginia Jury Awards $1.7 Million in Age Discrimination Case


In October 2009, a jury in Charleston, West Virginia awarded the plaintiff $1.7 million in an age discrimination case. The Employer, West Virginia American Water Company, terminated the plaintiff, James, Nagy, at age 53, after he had worked for the company for 23 years.

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