NEW YORK —The Restaurant Opportunity Center of New York, or ROC-NY, a restaurant-employee advocacy group that has picketed several prominent Manhattan fine-dining operations claiming management abuses, is being sued by eight ex-members who say they have been cheated. The eight plaintiffs claimed in a lawsuit filed last month that they were swindled out of ownership in Colors, a white-tablecloth restaurant formed under ROCNY’s auspices as a workplace for former ...
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