A 62-year-old Atlanta executive terminated in 2007 cannot sue his former employer under New York City or New York state age discrimination laws because his job and the decision to terminate him were only tangentially connected to New York, the state's high court decided by a 4-3 margin on Thursday. Parade Publications is headquartered in New York City, but the majority of the court held that the executive was neither a resident of, nor employed in, the city or state of New York.
Finding Little N.Y. Impact, Court Bars Georgia Man's Age Bias Claim
New York Law Journal
July 2, 2010