NEW YORK The owners of the two-unit Saigon Grill here were arrested this week on charges that they fabricated financial records in order to hide how many hours their employees worked and how much they were paid. The criminal charges come less than two months after adistrict judged awarded $4.6 million to a group of current and former Saigon Grill workers in a wage-and-hour lawsuit filed against the restaurant's owners, Simon and Michelle Nget. That suit accused the ...
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