For twenty years, Ozzie works for Players Paradise, a destination for vacationers from across the United States, maintaining golf carts. After a steady stream of positive job evaluations and merit pay raises, Ozzie is promoted to the position of supervisor of golf-cart maintenance at three of Players’s courses. Five years later, a new employee, Quentin, is hired to oversee operations at all ten of Players’s courses. Quentin demotes Ozzie, who is now over the age of forty, to running only one of the three cart facilities, and freezes his salary. Quentin demotes five other employees over the age of forty and places one of Ozzie’s former facilities under the supervision of Richie, who is twenty-three. Ozzie overhears Richie say, “We’re going to have to do away with these old, senile men.” Less than a year later, Quentin reconsolidates the three cart facilities’ operations under Richie’s charge. Ozzie quits and files a suit against Players for employment discrimination. Should he prevail? Explain the claims and defenses.

For twenty years, Ozzie works for Players Paradise, a destination for vacationers from across the United States, maintaining golf carts. After a steady stream of positive job evaluations and merit pay raises, Ozzie is promoted to the position of supervisor of golf-cart maintenance at three of Players’s courses. Five years later, a new employee, Quentin, is hired to oversee operations at all ten of Players’s courses. Quentin demotes Ozzie, who is now over the age of forty, to running only

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