Mr. Smith’s responds to disability lawsuit

The lawsuit filed by Georgetown student Taylor Price (MSB ’10) is moving al0ng, with Mr. Smith’s filing a response on November 9th to Price’s allegations. Price sued Mr. Smith’s in September for discriminating against him because he uses a wheelchair.

Mr. Smith’s response (below) denies almost everything Price’s original complaint asserted. Just about the only thing Mr. Smith’s is willing to admit is that they are the friendliest saloon in town:

Defendants admit the allegations contained in Paragraph 19 of the Complaint that  Mr. Smith’s of  Georgetown, a restaurant and piano bar, is a popular location for D.C. residents  and local college students, and particularly in Georgetown, to gather and celebrate events.

Looks like their attempts to settle didn’t work out.

Mr. Smith’s response to disability lawsuit

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