AJ is very committed to helping his clients get the best outcome. He is passionate about the values of justice, equity and diversity.
– Karen, Business Client

Current Cases

Charging Party v. Telecom

Plaintiff is an African American female who while employed as a Sales Associate at Silver Spring was subject to harassment and discrimination because of her sex. She was also discriminated because of her disability. The case is still pending investigation by the EEOC.

Charging Party v. Health Corp.

Plaintiff was terminated hours after she informed her employer that she had a terminal illness.  A charge was filed for discrimination as under the American Disabilities Act. The case is still pending investigation by the EEOC.If no resolution is reached within the 180 days investigatory period, an action will be filed in Court.


Alfaro & Alfaro v. Marriott International Inc. Case No. 2017 CA 367B

Plaintiffs were bartenders at Marriott Hotel in Washington D.C when they were terminated and replaced by male staff persons. The female plaintiff was also sexually harassed by her supervisor, when he asked her for sexual favors. An action for discrimination, harassment (hostile work environment) and retaliation was filed in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia.

Bracey v. Lancaster Foods. Case No. 8:17-cv-1826

Bracey a Caucasian male was terminated by Lancaster Foods while on FMLA and disability leave. An action was filed in Maryland Circuit Court for $1,000,000 for violations of the FMLA and the disability statute. The case is presently at the U.S. District Court for Maryland.

Gordon v. District of Columbia. Case No. 2017 CA 37755B

Plaintiff an employee of D.C., was harassed by her male supervisor based on her sex and ethnicity. In 2017, an action was filed in the Superior Court for the District of Columbia.

Hill et al v. Trump Old Post Office LLC. Case No. 2017 CA 00651 B

Hill and his fellow African American wait staff experienced race discrimination while working at the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. In September 2017, we filed an action for $45 million in damages at the Superior Court for the District of Columbia. The action was later amended to a class action against the Trump International Hotel.

Kruger v. Visual Point Inc. Case No. 2017 CA 5589 B

Kruger is a Hispanic employee who was discriminated at his workplace because of his race. When he complained about it on September 30, 2016, and October 2, 2016, he was terminated on October 3, 2016 for engaging in protected activities. An action was filed in Court seeking $1 million  in damages.

Edwards v. United Medical Center. Case No. 17-cv-1515

Plaintiff was working at the United Medical Center when she was terminated while on Family Medical Leave (FMLA). An action was filed for FMLA interference and retaliation for $1 million dollars.




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