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NY Says Domino’s Helped Owners Steal Wages
It’s Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s latest attack on the low-paying industry.
Domino’s Sued Again for Allegedly Paying Workers Less Than Minimum Wage
Employees might have worked more than 20 hours a week off the clock.
Tom Colicchio’s ’wichcraft Hit With Class-Action Labor Lawsuit
Former employees call the celeb chef’s chain a sexist boys’ club.
Former Workers Sue TGI Friday’s for Unpaid Overtime, Misappropriated Tips
“We believe employees at many of the hundreds of TGI Friday’s restaurants were affected by the company’s practices.”
Judge Approves $2.65 Million Carnegie Deli Workers’ Wage-Theft Lawsuit
Tough times in the pastrami business.
Abe & Arthur’s Slapped With Wage-Violation Suit
For — what else? — improper overtime compensation and illegal tip pooling.
Bar Veloce in EV Flyer Smear Campaign
Somebody is alleging the restaurants don’t distribute tips properly or pay overtime.
Morimoto Will Battle in Court, Sans Secret Ingredients
The lawyer who recently sued Mario Batali is now targeting another Iron Chef.
Alto Is Latest To Be Accused of Wage Violations
Michael White’s restaurant with Chris Cannon faces a class-action suit.
Workers Accuse Brother Jimmy’s of Being a Bad Brother
The restaurant is the latest to be sued for wage violations.
Lawsuit: Short-Changing Bosses Vowed Never to Hire Fujianese
Workers at a Flushing restaurant are mad as hell and aren’t going to take it anymore.
Park Avenue Winter Will Have to Weather Class-Action Suit
Waiters claim that a manager discriminated against Bengalis and Bangladeshis.
Wild Edibles Ends Epic Standoff With Picketing Workers
There’s been a settlement in one of the food world’s most twisted labor cases.