A pro se plaintiff in an age discrimination case has scored a victory against a major New York restaurant company.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a ruling by Judge Richard J. Cardamone, reinstated the case of 67-year-old Fred Tarshis, who claimed he was sent on vacation by his boss only to find upon his return that the restaurant he helped manage had been closed.

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