LOS ANGELES, Feb. 05, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Denny’s today announced that plaintiffs, Renee Hebert and Henry Williams, have dismissed the case in the Los Angeles Superior Court against the company, issuing the following statements:
Statement from plaintiffs Renee Hebert and Henry Williams:
After listening to and reflecting on the former Denny's manager, Ali Rahman's testimony in court explaining his conduct toward us on May 7, 2014, we now believe and are satisfied that his actions that day were an honest mistake and that he was not motivated by discrimination or racism. We also do not believe Denny's is a company that tolerates discrimination or racist conduct by its employees. Therefore, we have amicably resolved our issues and agreed to dismiss this case with both Rahman and Denny's.
Statement from Denny’s:
We are pleased that plaintiffs have dismissed this case. At Denny’s, we value our diverse customer base and are committed to treating all guests with dignity and respect.
Denny's is the franchisor and operator of one of America's largest franchised full-service restaurant chains, based on the number of restaurants. As of December 30, 2015, Denny’s had 1,710 franchised, licensed, and company restaurants around the world, including 111 restaurants in Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Honduras, Guam, Curaçao, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Chile, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates, and 164 company operated restaurants in the United States. For further information on Denny's, including news releases, please visit the Denny's website at www.dennys.com or the brand's social channels via Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram or YouTube. To learn more about Denny’s diversity efforts, please visit https://www.dennys.com/diversity/.
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