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West Village Diner Pays $100,000 for Retaliation Against Workers

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Waverly Restaurant, an iconic diner in NYC's West Village, has paid $100,000 to settle a case brought by former waiters and bussers for unlawful retaliation.

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NoHo Hospitality Workers win $5.5 Million in Tip Credit Notice and Tip Misappropriation Lawsuit

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Restaurant group Noho Hospitality has agreed to pay $5.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought against its high-profile restaurants around New York City.

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Florida Restaurants to Pay $83K for Overtime Violations

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Five restaurants in Florida will pay $83,577 to 91 employees for violating the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

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Famous NY Restaurateur Hit with Wage Theft Lawsuit

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NYC restaurateur Paola Pedrignani has been hit with a class action lawsuit alleging that workers at her restaurants were cheated out of wages.

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South Carolina Restaurant Pays $92k for Wage Theft Violations

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A South Carolina restaurant has paid $92,670 in back wages to nine employees after an investigation found minimum wage and overtime violations.

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Steak n’ Shake Ordered to Pay $7.7M to Settle Overtime Lawsuit

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A federal judge has ordered Steak n’ Shake to pay $7.7 million to settle a class action lawsuit by restaurant managers who were not paid overtime wages.

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Spread of Hours Violations Cost Long Island Restaurants $1.2 Million

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Spread of hours pay is often overlooked by restaurants. For 6 restaurants in Long Island, failure to comply with the requirement cost them $1.2 million.

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EEOC Sues Buffalo Restaurant for Sexual Harassment

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Protocol Restaurant in Buffalo has been sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for subjecting female employees to sexual harassment.

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Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza Sued by Kitchen Workers for Wage Theft

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Anthony’s Coal Fire Pizza locations in New York and their owners have been sued by former kitchen workers for failing to pay overtime and minimum wage.

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“One Fair Wage” Campaign Creates Divide Among Restauranteurs and Advocates

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News New York 1 recently explored the impact of the raised minimum wage on the restaurant industry.

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