Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Servers at Cafe Istanbul

Lawsuit filed on behalf of servers at Café Istanbul On October 26, 2017, our firm filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of servers at Café Istanbul in Columbus, Ohio to recover unpaid wages. Café Istanbul serves authentic Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine in Easton Town Center. In the Complaint, the plaintiff-server alleges that Café Istanbul…

Server Files Suit Against Strip Steakhouse for Wage Theft

Markovits, Stock, & DeMarco has filed a class action lawsuit in the Northern District of Ohio on behalf of employees at Strip Steakhouse. Strip Steakhouse is a popular, upscale dining restaurant located just outside of Cleveland. About the Strip Steakhouse Lawsuit In the Complaint, the plaintiff-server alleges that Strip Steakhouse failed to pay her and…

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Captain George’s Servers Sue for Wage & Tip Theft

On May 19th, 2017, Markovits, Stock, and DeMarco and Wukela Law Firm filed a lawsuit in federal court in South Carolina against Captain George’s Seafood Restaurant on behalf of three servers at their Myrtle Beach location. The suit alleges that the restaurant has illegally taken a “tip credit” from servers’ wages while also requiring servers share their…

MSD Investigating Whether Papa John’s is Underpaying Delivery Drivers in Dayton, Ohio for Their Expenses.

Markovits, Stock & DeMarco’s Employment Law Division is investigating claims that Papa John’s  is underpaying its delivery drivers for mileage, gas, insurance, cell phone use, and other expenses. Delivery drivers are often denied their rightful wages because the companies that employ them don’t fully cover their expenses and mileage. If drivers use their own cars and…

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MSD Investigating Whether Jason’s Deli is Underpaying Delivery Drivers for Their Expenses

Markovits, Stock & DeMarco’s Employment Law Division is investigating claims that Jason’s Deli underpaid its delivery drivers for mileage, gas, insurance, cell phone use, and other expenses. Delivery drivers are often shorted on their wages because the companies that employ them don’t fully cover their expenses and mileage. If drivers use their own cars and…

Judge Rules Home Health Care Workers are Entitled to Overtime as of January 1, 2015

On February 27, 2017, U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Black ruled that home health care workers are entitled to overtime wages as of January 1, 2015 because of the Department of Labor’s regulation change. This marks a significant victory for home health care workers around Ohio. Andy Biller, lead counsel for the workers, explained,…