Pechman Law Group filed a lawsuit on behalf of kitchen workers at Ben’s Best, an iconic kosher deli in Queens, for minimum wage and overtime violations.
Louis Pechman, founder of waiterpay.com, spoke to CBS News about Danny Meyer’s new “no-tipping” policy. Find out more information on this story here.
The Albany Times-Union reported on the class action certification of a lawsuit on behalf of servers who worked at Mallozzi’s Restaurants.
A lawsuit against Le Perigord filed by Louis Pechman was featured in The Wall Street Journal on workers suing restaurants in wage disputes.
Louis Pechman filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of waiters at Patsy's Italian Restaurant for unlawful tip appropriations and other labor law violations.
Two bartenders have filed a lawsuit claiming that Pat O'Brien's managers stole from the tip jar and withheld overtime pay.
Two bartenders at Pat O’Brien’s claim in a lawsuit that the world-famous New Orleans attraction does not pay minimum wage and kept portions of their tips.
Louis Pechman, founder of WaiterPay, was lead counsel for private plaintiffs in a record $8.5 million settlement with Chickie’s & Pete’s for alleged tip theft.
Louis Pechman, the founder of Waiterpay, was a featured guest on BK Live’s June 2, 2014 segment on Tipped Wages. Watch the video on this here.
A former server for the Mallozzi Group has accused the restaurant of cheating its servers out of more than $1 million worth of tips over the last two years.
Celebrity chef Mario Batali has agreed to fork over a whopping $5.25 million to settle tip-skimming allegations at eight Italian-style restaurants he co-owns.
An overtime and minimum wage case against Wheatfields Restaurant in Omaha, Nebraska was recently featured on KETV Omaha. Find more information here.
The lawsuit against Astoria’s celebrated Trattoria L’Incontro was claims that eight former employees were not paid proper wages or tips.
The creation of Waiterpay was reported on by NBC.
Two waitresses filed suit against Hooters charging the company never repaid them for their uniform. The waitresses are represented by Louis Pechman.
Sparks Steak House has settled a class-action lawsuit accusing the famed Midtown eatery of shorting waiters on tips for over $3 million.