Jeff Young, the attorney representing 15 to 20 Bath Iron Works employees who claimed the company discriminated against them due to their age and disability said Monday that if no settlement is reached with the company out of court, he will likely file suit in U.S. District Court, seeking up to $300,000 in what he says are lost overtime wages.
“We are investigating all of our options,” Jeffrey Young of Johnson, Webbert and Young said Monday afternoon following a vote by the Maine Human Rights Commission to end the formal complaint process for two employees and issue them “right to sue” letters.
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