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Michael Scott Little
(661) 290-2991
2nd Fl, 25350 Magic Mountain Pkwy
Valencia, CA
Specialties
Sexual Harassment, Employment, Discrimination
Education
Boston Coll Law School,Univ of California Berkeley
State Licensing
California

Stephen F Danz
No street address
San Fernando, CA
 
Brent Ian Rosenzweig
No street address
San Fernando, CA
Specialties
Contracts, Discrimination, Civil Rights, Health Care, Employment
Education
Southwestern University School of Law,University of California - Santa Barbara
State Licensing
California

Joseph Michael Levy
(818) 815-2727
15910 Ventura Blvd Ste 1610
Encino, CA
 
Diane Goldman
(818) 883-3344
21860 Burbank Blvd Ste 360
Woodland Hills, CA
Specialties
Car Accident, Medical Malpractice, Discrimination, Nursing Home Abuse, Criminal Defense, Employment, Appeals, Business, Personal Injury
Education
Southwestern Univ SOL,California St Univ Northridge
State Licensing
California

James Alan Otto
(818) 366-8432
19536 SAN JOSE ST
NORTHRIDGE, CA
Specialties
Wrongful Termination, Employment, Sexual Harassment, Civil Rights, Discrimination
State Licensing
California

Donald Arthur Hilland
(818) 838-3600
405 N. Maclay Avenue, Suite 203
San Fernando, CA
Specialties
DUI, Family, Discrimination, Chapter 13, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Criminal Defense
Education
Univ of West Los Angeles
State Licensing
California

Steven Miles Cischke
(818) 815-2727
15910 Ventura Blvd Ste 1610
Encino, CA
 
Terry Michael Goldberg
(818) 340-9252
23002 Victory Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA
Specialties
Wrongful Termination, Litigation, Car Accident, Motorcycle Accident, Wrongful Death, Discrimination, Civil Rights, Personal Injury
Education
University of San Fernando Valley
State Licensing
California

Barry Morris Appell
15233 VENTURA BLVD STE 420
SHERMAN OAKS, CA
Specialties
Employment, Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Wrongful Termination
Education
University of California, Hastings College of the Law
State Licensing
California

McDonalds manager punches mother over autism service dog

McDonalds manager punches mother over autism service dog

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The mother of two autistic boys was punched in the face by a McDonalds manager in Marietta, Georgia. According to WSBTV , on July 12, Jennifer Schwenker had brought her twin boys and their service dog, Barkley, to the McDonalds. A surveillance tape shows one of the boys and Barkley playing in the McDonalds playplace area. It was only as the family was on the verge of leaving that Tiffany Denise Allen, the manager who was off-duty at the time, told Schwenker that the dog was not allowed in the McDonalds.

Schwenker explained that Barkley was a service dog for her two children and offered to show a permit. Under federal law, service dogs are allowed in public places such as restaurants. But after that, as shown by a surveillance tape, Allen followed the family, even to the restroom. When Schenker and her children tried to leave, she lost track of one child and — I can more than relate to this, recalling how I’ve panicked when I’ve lost sight of my 14-year-old son Charlie — she dropped her drink and splashed Allen. After this, Allen ran “in a rage” after Schwenker to her car and punched her in the face.

Said WSBTV :

Marietta police Detective Gwen Lewis told Davis that she has never seen anything like it.

Schwenker did not want to speak to Davis about the incident, but her husband said they are talking to a lawyer.

Allen is charged with battery assault and ...

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