PHILADELPHIA, PA, July 20, 2018 – Console Mattiacci Law, LLC won a unanimous jury verdict in federal court on behalf of former employee, Ruth Briggs, in an age discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment case against Temple University. Ms. Briggs was represented by trial counsel Laura C. Mattiacci, Esquire and Rahul Munshi, Esquire, and assisted…

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After a one-week jury trial in Reading, Pennsylvania, a juror in an age discrimination case our firm brought against AT&T said this, on the record: I just think both lawyers on both sides did an outstanding job along with their assistants, and I’m just really impressed with the jurors that I worked with, some of…

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First Union Corp. must turn over documents regarding an allegedly misleading release signed by approximately 2,000 employees discharged by its predecessor CoreStates Financial Corp., a federal judge in Philadelphia has ruled, rejecting the contention that the documents were protected by attorney –client privilege (Kaminski v. First Union Corp, E.D. Pa., No. 98-CV-1623, 7/10/01). Applying the…

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Age Discrimination Verdict

Posted on Oct 19, 1992 by consolelaw

A federal jury in Trenton has awarded a 65-year-old former General Electric Company engineer nearly $800,000 after finding that he had been fired because of his age. The jury on Oct. 8 awarded Murray Garden of Oreland, Pa., $796,044 in compensatory and punitive damages after finding that Garden’s termination in June 1990, at the age…

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GE Age Discrimination Suit

Posted on Oct 13, 1992 by consolelaw

A federal jury has awarded approximately $800,000 to a former General Electric employee for claims brought under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination. Murray Garden of Oreland, Montgomery County, formerly a senior engineer at GE’s Moorestown facility, submitted evidence establishing that GE’s system of ranking its engineers was…

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After a nine-day trial, a federal jury in Trenton awarded $796,000 in damages Thursday to a former GE Aerospace senior engineer who said the defense contractor discriminated against him on the basis of age when it laid him off in June 1990. Murray Garden, 65, of Oreland, Pa., argued that the way GE Aerospace in…

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