New York Law Firm To End Mandatory Retirement In EEOC Settlement

New York Law Firm To End Mandatory Retirement In EEOC Settlement

NEW YORK - Kelley, Drye & Warren has agreed to end its policy of requiring partners to give up their equity in the firm once they reach 70 years old and to pay $574,000 to an attorney who continued to practice at the firm after he turned 70, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced April 11 (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Kelly Drye & Warren, LLP, No. 10-655, S.D. N.Y.).  Subscribers may view the consent decree within the full update.

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