The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a reverse-age-bias claim from younger workers who claim that companies who give retirement incentives to older workers are violating anti-age discrimination laws.

(Hat tip: Hit and Run)

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  1. John Lemon says:

    Oh, so even stupid people can get a hearing before the Supreme Court now, eh?!

    (And I have colleagues who say that there is nothing wrong with our legal system, and the increase in idiotic litigation is all a myth. Sigh.)