A lawsuit challenging Applebee’s tip credit policies for servers and bartenders will go to trial later this year after the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear an attempt to stop the case. The Supreme Court’s move leaves intact a lower court’s ruling that will allow the Applebee’s tip-credit case to proceed to trial in September. The wage-and-hour lawsuit was originally filed in 2006, and alleged that Applebee’s was underpaying servers and ...

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