The attorney for the families involved in a racist incident last month at a Naperville Buffalo Wild Wings is calling on the restaurant to take action. Cannon Lambert says the sports bar chain can show other corporations how to stand up to racism. The families claim they were asked to move to a new table because another customer didn’t want to be seated near black people. As a result, two managers have been fired and the customer has been banned from all Buffalo Wild Wings for life. Lambert said the families aren’t planning any legal action, but he did suggest that Buffalo Wild Wings screen all employees before hiring and add a zero-tolerance policy to the employee handbook.