Brooke v. Superb

29 March 2021: United States District Court, Eastern District of California, Case No. 1:20-cv-00103-AWI-SAB

In this case, the Plaintiff– an Arizona resident who had sued more than 1,000 hotels on ADA claims– contended that information on a franchisor hotel chain’s website meant that the room she wanted to rent at the subject property was not accessible. Defendant provided extensive information to show that an accessible room with size and features which were at least as good (in fact larger) at all times relevant to this claim. The Court dismissed the case without leave to amend, as reflected in the PDF order downloadable from the link below.

Plaintiff’s counsel: Peter Kristofer Strojnik

Defense counsel: David Warren Peters

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