The EEOC moved on Monday to strike portions of the defense Kelley Drye has put forward in the agency's age discrimination suit against the firm. The EEOC also moved to strike as "immaterial, impertinent or scandalous" allegations of misdeeds that Kelley Drye made against Eugene T. D'Ablemont, the de-equitized partner who complained. The EEOC sued the firm in January, claiming its compensation practices discriminated against older partners and that the firm retaliated against D'Ablemont by slashing his 2008 bonus.
EEOC Moves to Strike Portions of Kelley Drye's Defense in Age Discrimination Suit
New York Law Journal
May 5, 2010