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Landmark tip-credit lawsuit revived in Ninth Circuit

Plaintiffs allege multiple operators abused 80/20 rule

The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Tuesday revived a lawsuit filed by a group of servers and bartenders that could have sweeping consequences for the industry, addressing whether a subminimum wage can be used for non-tipped work.

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