A U.S. District Court in Minnesota approved a $1.25 million settlement between OSI Restaurant Partners LLC, parent of the Outback Steakhouse chain, and about 1,200 Outback Steakhouse servers in Minnesota, who alleged in a lawsuit that Outback unlawfully required them to share their tips with bussers and hosts. The class-action lawsuit, which was filed in April 2010, alleged that the tip-sharing violated Minnesota Fair Labor Standards Act prohibitions on employer-run and mandated tip ...

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