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Windsor Clothing Store v. Castro
Petitioner filed complaint with Illinois Department of Human Rights (IDHR), alleging denial of full and equal enjoyment of public accommodation based on race, as a sales associate followed her during the entire time she was in the Respondent clothing store. Respondent did not submit verified response to charge, and Illinois Human Rights Commission entered default order against it. Respondent failed to show that it acted with diligence, as it failed to show cause why it could not file verified response, and failed to file request for review of default order, and showed deliberate disregard for IDHR's authority. Commission properly adopted ALJ's recommendations and awarded $25,000 in compensation for emotional distress, and Commission properly denied untimely request to vacate default order.(HYMAN and PUCINSKI, concurring.)
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