In Dawson v. Aerospace Corp., B117639 (Court of Appeal, State of California, 2d Appellate District—unpublished), the court affirmed a substantial jury verdict, including punitive damages, won by Mr. Faber for his client, an aerospace engineer laid off in a reduction in force necessitated by adverse business conditions. Mr. Faber successfully argued that circumstantial evidence indicated that plaintiff had been selected for the layoff list, at least in small measure, due to his age. The court held that was sufficient to sustain the jury’s finding of unlawful discrimination.