NEW YORK Two former servers of New York City’s Nobu restaurants have filed a lawsuit alleging that the high-profile eateries forced employees to share tips with management and also failed to pay overtime. The lawsuit, which was filed Aug. 2 in New York Southern Federal District Court, seeks unspecified damages for the employees of Nobu, Nobu Next Door and Nobu 57. The Nobu chain includes 11 U.S. locations and eight international ones. The three New York properties are partly owned by ...
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