Pechman Law Group filed a lawsuit on behalf of servers at Le Rivage, an iconic French restaurant in midtown Manhattan, for age discrimination and minimum wage, overtime, and tip violations. This case was reported on by The New York Post.
Law 360 reported on a decision by National Labor Relations Board Judge Steven Davis finding that Waverly Restaurant in NYC illegally fired workers who filed a Fair Labor Standards act suit against the restaurant. The workers are represented by Louis…
Whether restaurants and other service establishments can deduct credit card fees from workers' tips was the subject of a recent Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report. Louis Pechman was quoted in the article about potential liability for making these deductions.
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. This case was reported on by The New York Daily News.
Louis Pechman spoke to CBS News about Danny Meyer’s new “no tipping” policy at his restaurants, and what it means for kitchen workers and servers.
Danny Meyer, widely recognized as New York City’s lead restaurateur, has established a no tipping policy at his restaurants. Louis Pechman spoke to Eyewitness News ABC 7 about the effects of this policy change on restaurant workers.
The Albany Times-Union reported on the class action certification of our lawsuit on behalf of servers who worked at Mallozzi’s Restaurants in the Albany, New York area.
A lawsuit against Le Perigord filed by Louis Pechman was featured in an article in The Wall Street Journal reporting on workers suing restaurants in wage disputes. The story reports that workers claiming they have been cheated out of wages are…
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. The case was reported on by The New York Daily News.
Louis Pechman was lead counsel for private plaintiffs in a record $8.5 million settlement with Chickie’s & Pete’s. The settlement was reported in the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News.