Mars 2112 Restaurant Sued Under New York Plant Closing Law

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Mars 2112 Restaurant Sued Under New York Plant Closing Law

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The abrupt closing of Mars 2112, a Times Square vicinity space-themed restaurant popular with tourists, has resulted in a plant closing lawsuit.

Under the New York State Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN”), employers may be required to provide employees with 90 days’ advance written notice of their termination when there is a business closing.  The Complaint filed by attorneys for workers at the restaurant alleges that this notice was not provided.  The lawsuit also alleges that workers employed by the restaurant were not paid the proper minimum wage and overtime required by the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York Labor Law.

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