Last weekend my best friend and I(both males), wanted to go to a 21+ club in our area. We're both 19, and only went because some of our friends had said they were let in on previous occasions, regardless of being underage. Turns out the bouncers would not let us in to the club as of course we were underage, but on our way out I passed by one of my classmates(a female) who got let in to the club just because she was a female.
No. Were you planning on pursuing this action? It will be quite expensive, and if an attorney does take it, it won't be on a contingency basis. So get out your check book.
Robert D. Kane, Jr. Esq. Licensed in CALIFORNIA (based in City of Orange, Orange County;) and MINNESOTA (based in Eagan, Dakota County.) State and Federal Courts My answers are for general information only and not legal advice. My answers should not be relied on as specific legal advice. Much more information would most likely be needed for a legal opinion. My answers are based on Minnesota or California law as appropriate. I am only licensed in California and Minnesota. I provide legal advice and counsel during the course of an attorney-client relationship only. This relationship is established by a written agreement and a retainer (unless otherwise agreed upon.)
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