IPG, McCann Deny Age Discrimination

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NEW YORK Attorneys for Interpublic Group and McCann Erickson have asked a New York court to dismiss a $30 million age discrimination lawsuit filed in May by former Universal McCann executive George Hayes.

Hayes, a 30-year McCann veteran, was dismissed in February, at the age of 53, after being told, he claims in court papers, that the agency believed he lacked the “skill set” required to continue in the job.

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