New York Civil Rights Violation Lawyer Reviews Claim of Race Discrimination in TriBeCa

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New York civil rights violation lawyer David Perecman comments on the recent claim of race discrimination by the owner of popular Puerto Rican restaurant Sazón.

In a federal civil rights violation lawsuit, Genaro Morales alleged that TriBeCa’s Community Board 1 cut his hours of operation and denied a request to book live bands and disc jockeys because he planned on playing "mostly Latino music" st his establishment.

According to the New York Daily News, the restaurant has had problems with its neighbors since it opened. Morales has held the position that he's the victim of race discrimination.

“As evidenced by the details surrounding this race discrimination complaint, New York race discrimination is not always easy to discern. The law forbids race discrimination based on race, actual or perceived, but the incident does not appear to be a clear cut case of race discrimination in New York,” said civil rights violation lawyer Perecman, a civil rights violation lawyer for over 30 years.

If an individual believes he or she may be the victim of race discrimination in New York, they should contact an expert New York civil rights violation lawyer.

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