The Los Angeles Times has written an article covering Teukolsky Law's most recent lawsuit today. The article is entitled, "Chateau Marmont gave coveted jobs mostly to white people, lawsuit alleges," and describes how the plaintiff, Thomasina "Thommi" Gross, who is African-American, was repeatedly passed over for promotion in favor of white candidates. The lawsuit also alleges that Ms. Gross faced constant unwanted touching from guests as she served them food and drink, and that management did not help when she reported their inappropriate conduct.
From the article: "The lawsuit doesn’t address how much money Gross is seeking, but her attorney, Lauren Teukolsky, said she would be asking for compensation for the loss of the higher salary she would have received had she had been rightly promoted, plus punitive damages."
Lauren Teukolsky is the founder and owner of Teukolsky Law, A Professional Corporation.