The Firm successfully defended a major electronics retailer against a consumer’s allegations that he was discriminated against on the basis of his religion and national origin.  The store security requested that the customer leave the store after suspecting him of stealing certain items.  We moved for summary judgment arguing that the employees’ actions do not warrant a finding that plaintiff was discriminated against.  The court granted summary judgment and dismissed the action reasoning that the employees’ actions were consistent with handling a patron suspected of stealing and do not equate to discrimination.