Consumer Law

Casino in Las Vegas Hit With Lawsuit from EEOC for Alleged Employment Discrimination

The agency that enforces federal employment discrimination laws is suing a Las Vegas casino operator, alleging it failed to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled employees.

In the lawsuit announced Thursday, the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission accuses the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino of interfering with employees’ rights and retaliating against those who exercised their rights, a press release states.

Since at least 2018, Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino “failed to provide reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities including — but not limited to — levoscoliosis, sciatica and cancer,” an EEOC spokesperson stated.

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