Over the last year or so, there’s been a big increase in the number of wage-and-hour suits brought against New York restaurateurs big and small, famous and, well, not as well known.Because of the increase in litigation, a panel of restaurant industry observers held a town-hall-like meeting last month that offered operators tips on how to work smarter and avoid getting ensnared in wage-and-hour litigation.The meeting, entitled “How to Protect Your Restaurant,” was sponsored by Culintro LLC, a ...

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