For more than a dozen years, Alejandro Muñoz worked as a year-round Laborer/Groundskeeper at the Golden Gate Fields. He injured his knee at work. In 2015, Muñoz had a knee replacement. Thereafter, his doctor released him to work with no restrictions, because his doctor believe that Mr. Muñoz could perform all the essential functions of his job. Mr. Muñoz returned to work. A few hours later, his supervisor sent him home and, despite promises to the contrary, he was never returned to work. As a result , he filed suit alleging disability discrimination, based on a perceived disability, and failure to enter into a good faith interactive process. These violations caused Mr. Muñoz to suffer economic damages and emotional distress. Leslie Levy and Jennifer Sta.Ana of LVBH, along with Conchita Lozano-Batista of Weinberg Roger & Rosenfeld, represent Mr. Muñoz. A complaint is current pending in Alameda County Superior Court.