They're said to owe $4 million.
A pair of Babbo employees say they were forced to share their tips.
The restaurant is the latest to be sued for wage violations.
“The Court has not spent her life under a toadstool — I know what waiters, busboys, and bartenders do when they go to work.”
The makers of Popsicles don't want People's Pops using their word.
Plus, was she fired from Morandi for violating her contract?
He allegedly walked out on a $41,000 wine bill.
Nine workers are suing the Peruvian rotisserie-chicken empire.
The group that has brought lawsuits against Daniel Boulud is now targeting Mario Batali.
Plus: whoopie pies catch on across the pond, and Americans turn to mushrooms, all in our morning news roundup.
Workers at a Flushing restaurant are mad as hell and aren't going to take it anymore.
An ultimate fighter who is said to have beaten an Albany critic is free to go.
Plus: March Madness benefits restaurants, and a Dunkin' Donuts protest, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: customize your Frappuccino and watch Marcel Vigneron's new show, all in our morning news roundup.
Warner LeRoy fraudulently obtained the trademark, a judge says.
Female employees claim they had no hope of promotion.
Plus: New York restaurants channel Sandra Lee, and Quo owner gets sued, all in our morning news roundup.