The International Smoke Restaurant, in San Francisco, California, is suspected of violating the civil rights of its male and non-binary patrons on numerous occasions. We are suing the International Smoke restaurant because they offered to give ladies only drink discounts. Enter your information on this page or call us at 424-245–5055. If you went to the International Smoke restaurant, your civil rights may have been violated and your recovery can be up to $4000 per occurrence. Any male or non-binary patrons who ordered in the restaurant during “Ladies Night” from October to December 2019 could be eligible. Please contact us using the form on this page or call us at 424-245-5505. You may be part of a class action lawsuit.
Background on California Statute Violated
The International Smoke restaurant offer to give ladies only drink discounts 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. A lawsuit is pending in the San Diego County Superior Court seeking money for the male patrons who were discriminated against based on their sex during the International Smoke restaurant ladies’ promotion, which provided reduced prices for drinks for women only. People with cases like this may have a valuable claim for each time they went to the International Smoke restaurant. So the damages can add up fast. The recurring ladies only 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.
If you have been to the International Smoke restaurant in San Francisco, your civil rights may have been violated. Please contact us using the form on this page or call us at 424-245-5505. 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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