SAN DIEGO Starbucks faces a nationwide spate of what it called “copycat” lawsuits, the coffee-house giant’s planned appeal here of a $106 million judgment in favor of some 100,000 baristas is expected to shed light on a gray area in California’s labor laws. —As Within days of the state court ruling that Starbucks should not have allowed tips to be shared with supervisors at nearly 1,400 Starbucks Coffee branches in California, the chain was named as a defendant ...

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