The New York Post reported on Pechman Law Group's discrimination lawsuit against popular nightclub 1 Oak.
The Wall Street Journal featured Louis Pechman's work on behalf of restaurant workers.
Law 360 reported on the case against Burton & Doyle Steakhouse, owned by Mario Sbarro.
Four ex-employees of Instagram-famous 'Salt Bae' have filed complaints against the chef for canning them after they started asking questions about the tip pool.
A server, bartender and busser who worked for a popular Italian restaurant in Westbury are suing it for alleged wage violations.
Attorneys Lillian Marquez and Laura Rodriguez of Pechman Law Group appeared on ABC’s Tiempo to discuss wage theft in the restaurant industry in NYC.
The Gothamist reported on the problem of wage theft among workers of NYC Diners. The article mentioned lawsuits against Waverly Restaurant and Galaxy Diner.
The New York Times discusses the tip-credit battle in the New York restaurant industry. Lou Pechman's observation were noted in the article.
Louis Pechman, founder of Waiterpay, was interviewed by CGTN America regarding tipping policies in New York City.
33 servers and bussers at Serendipity 3, an iconic NYC restaurant and ice cream parlor, obtained a settlement of $975,000 for tip credit violations.
L&B Spumoni Gardens, a historic Pizzeria in Brooklyn, is among one of many restaurant currently facing lawsuits.
Pechman Law Group filed a lawsuit on behalf of servers at Le Rivage for age discrimination and minimum wage, overtime, and tip violations.
Law360 reported on a decision by the NLRB finding that Waverly Restaurant in NYC illegally fired workers who filed a wage theft lawsuit against the restaurant.
Wahlburgers' Coney Island outpost is getting heat from five former employees who claim restaurant management routinely denied them their wages.
Whether restaurants and other service establishments can deduct credit card fees from workers' tips was the subject of a recent Bloomberg Daily Labor Report.
New York restaurant Serendipity 3 is being sued by an ex-waiter for forcing him to share tips with other staff.
An iconic Manhattan restaurant that holds the world record for selling their $25K chocolate sundae, illegally underpaid employees, a new lawsuit alleges.