Or "two undecillion" dollars.
The owner of L.A.-based Poquito Más has the trademarks to prove it.
Employees allege the restaurant withheld the money before instituting the no-tip policy.
Kimberly Lengle says she had to use real photos of herself while responding to online sex ads.
The guy's widow finally taped his death certificate to the front door.
This time, the lawsuit comes from a British "John Doe."
He's been working so hard, in the interim, and has been punching his card.
"He sometimes doesn't read closely enough," Antonin Scalia shot back.
"We believe employees at many of the hundreds of TGI Friday's restaurants were affected by the company's practices."
The company will pretend nothing ever happened by reverting to its original legal terms.
But only sometimes, like when coupons aren't involved.
Song-rights issues in the behind-the-scenes clip.
"Like" its Facebook page or download a coupon, and you forfeit the right to sue, the company says.
In a horrifying lawsuit.
Management allegedly said it was all about "loss prevention."
According to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday in Hawaii.
Natasha Velez presented a police report and other paperwork to her bosses.
Tough times in the pastrami business.