Ramos Law’s Director of Employment Law is representing a couple that was allegedly spied on while enjoying intimate time with one another in a hotel room at the Denver DoubleTree by Hilton. See her thoughts on the case and how FOX Denver covers the story below!
“My clients feel very passionate about bringing this case not for the money, but rather to make sure privacy is protected when staying at a hotel. Nathan is in the military and is a pilot. Christina is treating COVID-19 patients as a front line worker. Nathan and Christina are parents raising small kids.
What if this happened to you, your husband/wife or children? Would you want your family members to be unsafe at a hotel? Would you want them to be watched and potentially photographed or filmed when undressed? My clients brought this lawsuit for this very reason – to not allow the hotel to sweep this under the rug but rather place a spotlight on this issue and protect the privacy of other hotel patrons.
This starts with hotels making sure that the hotel room itself is private and that the peephole on the door is secure. This is also a reminder for the need for strategic placement of cameras in stairways to prevent the ability to move within a hotel without being detected. Hotel rooms are intended to be private spaces and the thought of another person watching you while you undress or have sexual relations is invasive.”