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Wigdor LLP Obtains Preliminary Court Approval Of $2 Million Settlement Reached In Wage And Hour Lawsuit Against Renowned New York Restaurants Blue Hill At Stone Barns And Blue Hill New York

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Wigdor LLP recently obtained preliminary court approval of a $2 million settlement in a class action wage and hour lawsuit against renowned restaurants Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Blue Hill New York.  The complaint alleges that Blue Hill, ranked #11 on the ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ List by New York dining guide Eater, failed to pay a class of current and former service employees the minimum wage, and unlawfully retained and distributed tips.

The $2 million settlement, which has been lauded as “one of the largest sums in the past decade” in wage and hour lawsuits of its kind, will be subject to a final fairness and approval hearing in July 2017.

The Class Members are represented by Jeanne M. Christensen, Partner at Wigdor LLP, and Senior Associate Tanvir H. Rahman.

Eater New York
May 31, 2017
“Blue Hill at Stone Barns Settles Wage Theft Lawsuit for $2 Million”
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