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Law360, New York (September 8, 2016, 2:04 PM ET) — A former New York University photography instructor filed an employment and discrimination lawsuit against the school on Wednesday, seeking at least $16 million after NYU allegedly discriminated against him, withheld wages and ultimately terminated him because of his age, Japanese background and for complaining about receiving disparate treatment.

Koya Abe alleges that the university conspired to terminate him after he filed an initial lawsuit and complained of harassment by another instructor and for not receiving the same pay or employment treatment as white instructors, violating Title…

Source: Law360