Bistro owners mocked workers and stiffed them on pay according to lawsuit

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Bistro owners mocked workers and stiffed them on pay according to lawsuit

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The New York Post has reported that Le Rivage, an iconic French restaurant in midtown Manhattan, is being sued by its servers for age discrimination and minimum wage, overtime, and tip violations.  The servers in this case are represented by Laura Rodriguez and Louis Pechman, founder of waiterpay.com.

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