NEW YORK In a decision likely to grab the attention of foodservice employers, a federal judge has reportedly indicated he will approve a $3.9 million settlement of two employee lawsuits brought against the Fireman Hospitality Group, operator of several upscale New York City restaurants. District Judge Paul A. Crotty on Wednesday approved the first $588,000 of the payment, which covers a suit filed against Fireman’s Redeye Grill, according to news reports. The New York Times said ...

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