Harry's Law: Season 1, Episode 6

Bangers in the House (21 Feb. 2011)

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Harry and Malcolm come together to mediate a gang war, but soon find themselves butting heads when a gang member decides he wants out to start a better life. Elsewhere, Rachael and Adam ... See full summary »

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Harry and Malcolm come together to mediate a gang war, but soon find themselves butting heads when a gang member decides he wants out to start a better life. Elsewhere, Rachael and Adam team up to defend against a wrongful termination lawsuit brought by an employee who claims he was let go for being too old. Written by NBC Publicity

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Age Discrimination, Gangs and Realism ***
22 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We have to be somewhat realistic here. Harriet Korn is mediating a dispute between gangs. This could evolve into all out war by the opposing sides in the matter. Naturally, the gang leaders are unimpressed by Harriet's mediating skills and turn to Malcolm for an ultimate solution.

In a sidebar to this episode, Tommy Jefferson brings suit when a 46 year employee feels that he has been fired due to age discrimination. This was a very appropriate subject to air. What is the employer to do? Fire the veteran employee who can bank on social security, firm pension and his savings or let go a newer employee who has nothing to fall back on? This was a good one because common sense ultimately prevailed here.


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