A History of Successfully Protecting Restaurant Employee Rights
Violations in the Restaurant Industry
Our law firm has seen a variety of ways that employees in the restaurant industry may be owed money, including:
- Being paid subminimum wages for duties unrelated to a tipped position, including washing dishes, rolling silverware, preparing entrees and appetizers, and cleaning the restaurant;
- Failing to pay minimum wage for all hours worked;
- Failing to pay spread of hours wages of an additional hour of pay for each day that employees worked a spread of hours in excess of 10 hours;
- Failing to provide wage notice documents;
- Improper tip pooling;
- Failing to pay for missed or interrupted breaks; and
- Failing to pay overtime of the minimum wage rate, not subminimum wage, for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek.
These are just a few of the examples of restaurant employee rights violations we have heard from workers in the industry.
Current Restaurant Class Actions
Thomas & Solomon LLP is currently representing restaurant workers in their claims against:
We are always investigating new cases so we welcome inquiries from any restaurant worker who has experienced a wage and hour violation.
Have You Experienced a Violation of Your Restaurant Employee Rights?
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If you have experienced wage theft or other employment law violation, contact our skilled attorneys for a comprehensive case evaluation of your situation. We realize that legal action is a last resort, so we always provide you with clear options, including out-of-court settlements. Call us at 585-272-0540 or our toll free number 1-877-272-4066, or reach us confidentially online. It is a violation of state and federal law to retaliate against employees who bring an employment violation claim, and our lawyers will work closely with you before recommending any legal action, so there is no risk to you.
Thomas & Solomon LLP is an experienced class action law firm that has a proven history of success representing the rights of workers. If you have had your wages stolen or believe you are owed money from your employer, speak to our