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After more than three decades shuttling between public service and private practice, Johnson says he plans to stay put this time.
The decision overturns a Connecticut Superior Court order that found the man was entitled to workers' compensation benefits.
The number of sex-based discrimination charges from LGBT individuals that the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission received increased significantly over the last four years, according to data released by the agency Wednesday.
The suit claims a supervisor repeatedly made disparaging remarks about older employees' ages, including call them a "bunch of old men."