>Appeals Court upholds verdict in favor of Hilton Hotels in Discrimination case

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The United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit upheld a lower court verdict in case No. 10-453-cv
Former Hilton New York employee Walid El Sayed, a United States citizen of Egyptian descent, who is Muslim, was hired as an Assistant to the Director of Housekeeping in December 2004. El Sayed was terminated on August 9, 2006 approximately three weeks after he complained to the Hilton’s Housekeeping Director, Barbara Still, that a co-worker referred to him as a “Terrorist Muslim Taliban.”

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