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NCFM Members Win Huge Landmark Sex Discrimination Case

January 25, 2011
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The Daily Journal, California’s leading daily newspaper, recently published in Verdicts and Settlements the verdict obtained by several NCFM members and their NCFM attorney for a recurring Ladies Night at the Century Supper Club in Los Angeles where men were charged up to $20 for entry while women were allowed to enter for free.

This trial court verdict follow these same NCFM members victory at the California Supreme Court case of Marc Angelucci v. Century Supper Club, wherein the Court ruled that men do not have to affirmatively assert their right to equal treatment to the offending business in order to have standing to file a sex discrimination claim. The Justices commented that the Supper Club’s behavior was “startling” and “absurd”.

The NCFM members are Marc Angelucci, NCFM Vice President, and Elton Campbell who were represented by NCFM Board Secretary and attorney Al Rava. The Plaintiffs were awarded substantial judgments which need to be collected. The Century Supper Club is out of business.

This is a huge landmark victory because it firmly establishes that men are entitled the same rights as women and they don’t have to lower themselves by ask for equal treatment.  This would be akin to a Woman/Black/ Homosexual having to ask for equal treatment at a Men/Caucasian/Heterosexual Night promotion in order to sue for discrimination

Harry Crouch

President NCFM

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3 Responses to NCFM Members Win Huge Landmark Sex Discrimination Case

  1. GI Jane on July 12, 2017 at 7:01 AM

    You know why women are usually let in free and given free drinks etc, right? Because otherwise, when you go to the bar, it will be you and your male buddies standing and starting at each other and wondering “where are all the hotties?” Good luck wrth your fight for “equality”. I’ll be over here waiting for equal wages and protection under the law.

  2. Rob on March 25, 2011 at 7:31 AM

    Finally, I was always upset with men having to pay for a club when women are let in for free.

    This is wonderful. I hope others take this up in every city.

  3. Rob on March 24, 2011 at 11:33 PM

    About time this was stopped. well done NCFM

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