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- Miller v. Raytheon Co.
Both parties appeal the district court's judgment in this case alleging age discrimination by an employer. Based upon the accumulation of circumstantial evidence and the credibility determinations, reasonable persons could differ about the presence of age discrimination; therefore, the Boeing standard requires affirmation of the jury verdict. The liability finding is affirmed, the award of liquidated damages is affirmed in part, and the liquidated damages award for an enhanced pension is vacated because it was a future, not past loss, the award of damages for mental anguish is vacated, and the front pay award is remanded. 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 11-10586, 05-02-2013.