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Jury Awards Former Times Sports Columnist $15.4 Million 

A Los Angeles jury has awarded T.J. Simers $15.4 million in damages against The Los Angeles Times for discrimination against him because of his age and disability. It was the second time a jury had considered whether Simers should receive damages related to his claim that after 22 years at The Times he was demoted from columnist to writer in 2013 when he developed health problems. One of Simers' attorneys said that, with interest, the publisher will owe $22 million to Simers and his wife.
(Los Angeles Times)   

Google Settles Age-Discrimination Lawsuit For $11 Million 

Google has agreed to pay $11 million to end a class-action lawsuit involving 227 people accusing the company of systemically discriminating against job applicants who were over the age of 40. Under the final settlement agreement, presented to a federal judge July 19, plaintiffs will collect an estimated $35,000 each. Under the settlement, parent company Alphabet Inc. must train employees and managers about age bias, create a committee on age diversity in recruiting, and make sure complaints are adequately investigated.