Applebee's Argument Crumbles; Workers' Right to Band Together in Court Stands

Williams, Cynthia
March 2015
Public Citizen News;Mar/Apr2015, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p1
The article reports that New York restaurant workers with support from the nonprofit organization Public Citizen have sued restaurant chain Applebee's franchise operator T.L. Cannon Corp. in federal district court for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor law. It states that Public Citizen successfully appealed the decision of the court to deny the employees' motion to proceed as a class action in the case Roach v. T.L. Cannon Corp.


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