The class-action lawsuit, filed in January, 2018, encompasses the claims of eight hotel guests who said Motel 6 employees at two locations in Phoenix handed over private information to United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials without a warrant. The lawsuit asserted that the two motels invaded guests’ privacy and discriminated against them on the basis of their race and national origin.
Anyone who stayed at a Motel 6 location between last year and this year whose information was turned over to immigration authorities as a result of this practice.
from $50 to up to $1,000,000.(at least $7,500 per guest) to those who were placed in immigration-removal proceedings; up to $1 million (at least $1,000 per guest) to those who were interrogated; and up to $1 million (at least $50 per guest) to those whose personal information was given to federal authorities.
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Jane V., et al. v. Motel 6 Operating LP, et al., Case No. 2:18-cv-00242-DMF, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona.
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Thomas A. Saenz, Andres R. Holguin-Flores, and Andres J. Gallegos of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund.