By Lance Hernandez, 7NEWS Reporter - March 13, 2011
Failure To Answer Could Mean Default Judgement For Server
DENVER -- The primary owner of The Original Pancake House in Boulder has been summoned to appear before an Administrative Law Judge on May 31st to determine whether he violated the law before and after he fired a server who alleges that she was subjected to frequent sexual harassment.
In a news release issued Friday, Steven Chavez, Director of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Regulatory Agencies said, “The most important issue here is that despite long-standing laws and public policies against sexual harassment, many employees still endure hostile workplaces based upon gender in Colorado. DORA’s Civil Rights Division is committed to ensuring that all Coloradans may live and work free of such discriminatory treatment.”
Restaurant Owner Summoned Before Judge In Sex Harassment Case