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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Alfred Rava, a southern California lawyer that sued the San Diego City Ballet last year, is back on the move. Using the states Unruh Civil Rights Act to stop what he calls discrimination.
Evelyn F. Heidelburg, an attorney who successfully defended San Diego's City Ballet organization against a 2005 lawsuit filed by Rava, suggested that the attorney seems to be carving out "a little niche" in the legal world.
"In my view, he's abusing the Unruh Act," Heidelburg said. "I was glad to be able to stop him down here."
Rava targeted the ballet when it offered discounted tickets to young families, a demographic that companies around the country have tried to entice into theaters for decades.

You can read the whole article at the, LA Times


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