A court gave the go-ahead while the legal battle rages on.
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It's Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's latest attack on the low-paying industry.
In a $50 million lawsuit, they accuse the NYPD of illegally "bum-rushing" the factory.
A $5 million lawsuit claims the coffee chain rips off customers.
It argues police are harassing owners with violations as a way to surveil them.
He claims the menu is a "binding contract" that the eatery "breached."
"When submerged in water, it would increase in size."
He claims his "Love Wins" icing message included the word f-g.
This is getting messy.
Employees might have worked more than 20 hours a week off the clock.
He says he suffered daily discrimination while working at the grocer's Chelsea location.
Servers say they were required to do tons of side jobs for no tips.
The restaurateur was charged with third-degree assault but won't face any jail time.
A lawsuit claims the chain's saving money on milk by shorting customers 25 percent every time.
Two former servers claim he touched workers inappropriately and made abusive comments.
They allege online ordering was impeded after the business's website was redirected to actress and founder Jennifer Esposito's blog.
The complaint alleges his company kept a mandatory “service” fee that could have been intended as gratuity.
Because the customers who filed it didn't save their receipts.
The move will give the National Restaurant Association more time to fight the upcoming rule.
The company's "100% Grated Parmesan" allegedly contains as much as 10 percent wood pulp.