Monday Properties Sued For Racial Discrimination

A one-time security guard at 1440 Broadway has filed a lawsuit in federal court charging landlord Monday Properties and its security contractor, Mulligan Security, with “unlawful discrimination because of his race and/or color, as well as to unlawful retaliation.”

Godfrey Williams, the plaintiff, named Mulligan executive vice president Kevin Mulligan, Monday Properties property manager Wayne Kohlbrecher, and Mulligan Security account manager John Llano as defendants.

Mr. Williams, African-American and from Brooklyn, worked as a security guard from 2003 until mid-2007, ultimately serving as site supervisor and deputy fire safety inspector. He dealt most frequently with Mr. Kohlbrecher, who is described in the lawsuit as behaving like a modern-day fascist.  read more »

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