Eater that the owners of Babu Ji, the popular Indian restaurant on Avenue B at 11th Street, settled a wage lawsuit with two employees for $95,000.
Now, Eater reports that "frequent suer-of-restaurants" attorney Maimon Kirschenbaum filed yet another class-action suit against owners Jessi and Jennifer Singh last month. The suit, identical to the previous one, alleges that the two pocketed all tips and paid staff under minimum wage.
Per Eater: "Employees Rakesh Raju and Benson D’Silva claim they regularly worked more than 40 hours a week and were paid a flat rate of $600, regardless of the time worked."
Read the full story here. Read the full 15-page complaint (PDF) here.
Babu Ji opened in June 2015.