A federal jury on Friday found in favor of the St. Louis Rams and against a woman who claimed she was forced out because of her age. Lory Fabian, 56 at the time, sued the Rams and associated companies in 2012, claiming that she was one of a series of older employees who lost out to “young, inexpensive grinders” who were just starting out in their careers. In closing arguments in the case Friday morning, lawyer Bradley Winters rejected those claims, saying that Fabian was simply not re-hired when her contract ended in 2011. She wasn't, he told jurors, because of performance issues and the way she dealt with co-workers, starting feuds and refusing to work with one employee. The Rams loaned Fabian $20,000, interest free, and even allowed her to design her dream job, he said.
Jury rejects age discrimination claim against St. Louis Rams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch | Mar 1