Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a lawsuit against Tina’s Place, a well known diner in Bushwick, Brooklyn for failing to pay a line cook overtime wages, even though he was working 7 days per week. Many cooks and chefs who are paid a weekly salary are still entitled to overtime. If you are a cook or chef working over 40 hours per week, call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a lawsuit against Park Plaza Diner, a very well known restaurant in Brooklyn Heights. The lawsuit alleges that the restaurant only pays waiters $40 to $65 per week for over 40 hours of week, well below the State and Federal minimum wage. If you were employed by Park Plaza or any other diner or restaurant and were not paid proper wages, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Mama Mexico Restaurants Violated Labor Laws, According to Workers’ Legal Team
PRNewswire – New York – Outten & Golden LLP and Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP
Published: August 18, 2009
An amended lawsuit filed Monday alleges that the “five star” Mama Mexico restaurants in New York and New Jersey violated federal and state labor laws by withholding minimum wages, overtime compensation and misappropriating employee tips, according to Outten & Golden LLP and Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP.
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Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a class action lawsuit in Federal Court on behalf of Guest Service Managers at Club Quarters, a National Hotel Chain that has three locations in New York City. Our clients, who are paid on salary, work at the front desk handling customer complaints and checking guests into rooms. If you are a customer service employee working over 40 hours per week, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a Federal lawsuit on behalf of loan officers who worked for Franklin First Financial, a nationally licensed mortgage bank. Our clients allege they did not receive minimum wage and overtime pay. If you are a current or former employee of Franklin First Financial, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a federal lawsuit against Winegasm, an upscale wine and tapas bar in Astoria, Queens. It is alleged that Winegasm failed to pay our client any wages other than tips. If you work in a restaurant or bar and are only paid tips, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a Federal lawsuit against Kings Bay Yeshiva for failing to pay wages to its hard working staff members. The lawsuit alleges failure to pay wages, breach of contract, quantum meruit and unjust enrichment. If you have been denied lawfully earned wages, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer have filed a class action lawsuit against Seppi’s, an upscale French restaurant located within Le Parker Meridien Hotel near Central Park in New York City. It is alleged that Seppi’s failed to pay its hourly service employees minimum wage and overtime. If you are a restaurant worker and are not being paid properly, please call our firm for a free consultation.Continue Reading →
Fitapelli & Schaffer has filed a Federal class action lawsuit against Mama Mexico, an upscale restaurant in New York City. Four female employees allege Mama Mexico violated the law by failing to pay them minimum wage and overtime. Furthermore, these employees claim the owner, Juan Rojas Campos and other employees created a hostile work environment, sexually harassed them and discriminated against them based on their gender. If you work in a restaurant and believe you are being treated unfairly, please ...Continue Reading →
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Fitapelli & Schaffer, LLP, on behalf of Aurelio Caruso allege that Cipriani Restaurant violated Federal and State Labor Laws by failing to pay overtime. Plaintiff, who was employed as a chef, frequently worked over forty hours per week, but was not paid premium overtime for the extra hours he worked. If you are a restaurant employee ...