An employee of the popular “gentlemen’s club” Delilah’s Den in Philadelphia filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging age discrimination and religious discrimination. In his discrimination lawsuit, a former security director alleges that after working for Delilah’s Den on and off since 1994, he was unlawfully terminated on the basis of his age and religion. According to the lawsuit, the manager of Delilah’s Den, engaged in a campaign of discrimination against the plaintiff, an older Jewish employee.
In addition to a demotion and the eventual termination, the manager used disparaging language when referring to the plaintiff, including “dinosaur” and “a Jew cannot be trusted.” The plaintiff further alleges that he was improperly fired after an unfounded allegation that he signed another employee’s name on a training session sign-in sheet. The manager hired a younger, less experienced, non-Jewish individual for the plaintiff’s position. Hostile work environments and unlawful demotions or terminations are examples of illegal employment discrimination. The Philadelphia employment lawyers at Sidney L. Gold & Associates are proud to be representing the plaintiff in his civil rights age and religious discrimination lawsuit against Delilah’s Den.
The Philadelphia Employment Lawyers at Sidney L. Gold & Associates Successfully Handle Age and Religious Discrimination Lawsuits
If you are experiencing a hostile working environment, or have been improperly terminated or demoted from your employment position on the basis of gender, race, age or religion, the Philadelphia employment lawyers at Sidney L. Gold & Associates can assist you in obtaining compensation for these discrimination claims. Our offices are conveniently located in Center City Philadelphia and we serve clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For more information about the Delilah’s Den lawsuit, or to discuss any potential employment claim, call the employment attorneys at Sidney L. Gold & Associates today at 215-569-1999 or contact us online.