No. 90-3563.

932 F.2d 473 (1991)

Clarence BARROW, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. NEW ORLEANS STEAMSHIP ASSOCIATION, et al., Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.

June 6, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Victor R. Farrugia, Fine & Fine, New Orleans, La., for plaintiff-appellant.

Michael T. Tusa, David E. Walker, Walker, Bordelon, Hamlin, Theriot & Hardy, New Orleans, La., for New Orleans S.S. Ass'n.

William Lurye, Gardner, Robein & Urann, Metairie, La., for Local 3000.

Before CLARK, Chief Judge, WILLIAMS and DAVIS, Circuit Judges.

W. EUGENE DAVIS, Circuit Judge:

Clarence Barrow, a 54-year-old longshoreman, filed this suit against the General Longshore Workers Local Union No. 3000 (Local 3000) and the New Orleans Steamship Association (NOSSA). Barrow asserts that Local 3000 and NOSSA discriminated against him based on his age by entering a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) which altered longshoremen's seniority status and by applying the new seniority system in a discriminatory manner. Barrow...

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