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Arthur Ehrlich, of Goldman & Ehrlich, obtained an award of approximately $500,000 on behalf of his client based on age and race discrimination against his former employer. The client had been a successful VP for many years until the new Executive VP began to repeatedly reject his new business proposals, and was then terminated for lack of production. The evidence proved that the client’s business proposals were considerably stronger than those the Exec VP accepted from younger Caucasian VP’s, and the client was the oldest and only African American VP in the department.