Many times an employer’s stated reasons for an unlawful discharge will change over time.  The first occasion an employer offers its reasons is when it fires the employee.  But, often, a supervisor will not provide any reasons at the termination.  Or, there may not be an actual face-to-face meeting when the employee is terminated. The

A Dallas jury returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff in US district court.  In an age discrimination case, the jury awarded the plaintiff employee lost pay and benefits of $500,000, liquidated damages of $500,000, mental anguish damages of $1,000,000, punitive damages of $15,00,000, front pay and attorney’s fees to be determined later by