A dark day for empanadas Thursday's rally at the 24th Street BART station regarding the bevy of disability access lawsuits recently filed against Mission mom-and-pop restaurants didn't start a revolution. There were no signs or chants. Only three reporters and a handful of onlookers even showed u ... More >>
Our favorite morsel from the blogs. Embattled Chile Lindo owner Paula Tejeda organized a rally yesterday to protest the alleged targeting of small Mission businesses by disability lawyer Thomas Frankovich. And, as this video taken by SF Weekly reporter Lauren Smiley shows, Tejeda just sort of lo ... More >>
Paula Tejeda doesn't take kindly to customers who sue her, then return for more food The wheelchair-using man who is suing the landlord of 16th Street empanada destination Chile Lindo for disabled access violations returned this week -- to buy some meat pies. He ended up getting them served with ... More >>
But State Bar may stop attorney using, and possibly abusing, the ADA.
Attorney Tom Frankovich and his disabled clients sue small businesses to make them accessible - and make millions