Taylor Price settles disability discrimination lawsuit against Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown

Looks like Mr. Smith’s might keep its reputation as “the friendliest saloon in town.” According to a document filed last Tuesday in D.C. District Court, Georgetown student Taylor Price (MSB ’10) withdrew his discrimination lawsuit against the restaurant, seemingly because Mr. Smith’s made a donation to the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. “In the end, […]

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 […]

Updates on Taylor Price’s lawsuit against Mr. Smith’s

Last month, Georgetown student and wheelchair user Taylor Price (MSB ’10) filed a lawsuit against M Street bar Mr. Smith’s, claiming discrimination and seeking $75,000 in compensatory damages.  So how’s the case going? Earlier this month, the parties jointly filed for and were granted an extension of the due date for Mr. Smith’s response to […]