Currently there are a number of discrimination lawsuits that have been filed in Los Angeles County against posh country clubs who are accused of discriminating against women and minorities. My firm filed six lawsuits against Angeles National Golf Club and Angeles National Restaurant Service.
For those who are interested I am attaching some documents about these cases.
Case #1 Plaintiff v. Angeles National Golf Club, et al. (Filed by female server who was fired after reporting she was sexually assaulted and harassed by a group of golfers) (The trial was held in July and August of 2012. During the trial, the judge refused to allow the attorneys for the server to present evidence of incidents of harassment and discrimination which took place outside of the presence of the server. This is called "me too" evidence. Other important evidence was also excluded by the judge. We have filed an appeal on behalf of the server.) Click on the link for the documents: Lawsuit Complaint (This is the document that starts the lawsuit and lists the allegations). Court's Order Denying Defendants' Motion For Summary Judgment
Case #2 Fone v. Angeles National Golf Club, et al. (Filed by the supervisor of the Plaintiff in Case #1. Plaintiff claims she was fired after complaining that a "security camera" was recording images of female workers' underwear and then broadcast onto large TV monitors throughout the golf club.)
Click on the link for the documents: Lawsuit Complaint Memorandum In Opposition to Defendants' Motion For Summary Adjudication (Which was Denied)
Case #3 Kawaguchi v. Angeles National Golf Club, et al. BC438930 (Filed by an Administrative Assistant who complaints she was fired after complaining about discrimination and harassment. Plaintiff #3 also has a claim that she was subjected to threats of violence by Defendants under the Ralph Act and the Bane Act).
Click on the link for documents: Lawsuit Complaint Court's Order Denying Defendants' Motion For Summary Adjudication
Case #4 Morris v. Angeles National Golf Club, et al. BC439114 (Filed by the former Range Manager of Angeles National Golf Club. Morris is allegeing that he was subjected to retaliation, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, discrimination, and that he was subjected to threats of violence in violation of the Ralph Act and Bane Act, and other claims) Order Denying Most All of Defendants' Motion for Summary Adjudication
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