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Eight individuals are suing a New York catering service, alleging it withheld tips of employees even though it charged venues gratuities.
Three individuals are suing a heating and cooling manufacturer, alleging sale of defective systems to residents.
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One of the country's largest cellphone service providers is being sued by former employees who claim the company failed to pay them the full commission they earned.
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A Florida dental company is accused of violating federal law when it sent fax messages to potential customers without obtaining prior permission from recipients.
A national hotel group will pay $20,000 in restitution for firing a worker allegedly because she was serving jury duty