NEW YORK A group of current and former employees of Saigon Grill, a popular Vietnamese restaurant with two locations here, were awarded $4.6 million in a wage-and-hour lawsuit they filed against the restaurants. The suit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on behalf of 36 employees, had accused Saigon Grill, its owners and managers of failing to pay the workers in compliance with federal and state labor laws over the past 10 years.In its decision, the ...
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