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A Fairfax County, Va., jury has awarded former Online Resources Corp. CEO and chairman Matt Lawlor approximately $5.3 million in damages in a lawsuit he filed against the company he co-founded after what he said was his forced retirement in December 2009.

Lawlor said he won four of five claims he filed in the case. The Circuit Court jury rejected his claim of wrongful termination when his employment was officially ended in February 2010. He had been seeking $15.9 million plus pre-judgment interest.

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