Radio personality Don Imus has fended off an age discrimination suit brought by legendary sportscaster Warner Wolf, who claimed in a suit filed under New York state and New York City’s human rights laws that he was replaced with a younger sportscaster.

Wolf, who was represented in the matter by prominent employment law attorney Douglas Wigdor and Kenneth Walsh, an associate with Wigdor’s firm, claimed in his suit that he was shown the door in 2016 and replaced with Sid Rosenberg, who is about 30 years Wolf’s junior.

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