Connecticut Restaurants Sued for Unpaid Overtime and Wage Theft

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Connecticut Restaurants Sued for Unpaid Overtime and Wage Theft

Kitchen employees and servers filed a lawsuit against Doppio Restaurant in Greenwich, Connecticut, and Barrique Restaurant in Stamford, Connecticut, for unpaid wages and illegal pay practices. The restaurant workers allege that the restaurants did not pay them minimum wage, overtime for hours worked over forty in a week, and that their paychecks regularly bounced. Attorneys for the restaurant employees allege that the unlawful pay practices violate the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Connecticut Minimum Wage Act. The lawsuit seeks compensatory damages, liquidated damages, and attorneys’ fees.

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