The lawsuit was filed in 2016 and consisted of two groups: one alleging age discrimination under the American Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and the other alleging age discrimination under California employment law. Despite the agreement, HP and HPE deny any wrongdoing.

U.S. District Court Judge Edward Davila ruled that the settlement was “fair, adequate and reasonable.” If successful, the 358 plaintiffs in the California case could receive approximately $50,279 each. However, excluding attorneys’ fees, costs and expenses, this amount is likely to be no more than $15,000 per plaintiff.

Source: Ferra

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