Deceptive Advertising

Riverwalk Golf Club Ladies Day Promotion

The Riverwalk Golf Club in San Diego, California is suspected of violating the civil rights of its male patrons on numerous occasions. If you were went to the Club to play golf or for any services on a Thursday between 2015 and October 2016, your civil rights may have been violated. Please contact us using the form on this page or call us at 817-455-6822. You may be part of a class action lawsuit.

Background on California Statute Violated

Riverwalk’s Ladies’ Days promotion may have violated California’s strong public policy to get rid of sex discrimination, reflected in the many California statutes that prohibit businesses from discriminating against patrons based on their sex.  Two lawsuits are pending in San Diego County Superior Court seeking money for the male golfers who were discriminated against based on their sex during Riverwalk’s Ladies’ Day promotion, which were held on Thursdays in 2015 and 2016.  People with cases like this may have a valuable claim for each time they went to the Riverwalk Golf Club. So the damages can add up fast. The recurring Ladies’ Days promotions may have violated numerous California Civil Code sections, all of which prohibit California businesses from treating patrons unequally based on their sex.

Simply put, it is against many California laws for a business to discriminate against patrons based on their sex or other personal characteristics, such as race or sexual orientation.

Thursdays Ladies’ Days at the Riverwalk Club

The Riverwalk Club promoted the Ladies Days on its website:

We’re dedicating Thursdays to the ladies of San Diego here are Riverwalk Golf Club, featuring:

• Ladies-only tee times
• Post-round food specials
• Merchandise discounts
• Special Ladies Day rates

For residents at Riverwalk Golf Club, we’re offering a special Ladies Day rate of $44.

 

If you have been to the Riverwalk course in San Diego on a Thursday in 2015 or 2016, your civil rights may have been violated. Please contact us using the form on this page or call us at 817-455-6822. You may be part of a class action lawsuit and be eligible for compensation.  If you don’t win, you don’t pay for the costs or attorney’s fees.

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