• Danny Meyer, David Chang, Others Sued Over No-Tipping ‘Conspiracy'

    11 days ago - By Eater

    A lawsuit claims restaurant owners are profiting from zero-gratuity policies at the expense of servers and diners The no-tipping movement has widely been praised as a way to improve the lives of restaurant workers, but a new lawsuit claims restaurant owners are really the ones profiting from zero-gratuity policies.
    A proposed class-action lawsuit filed in California federal court names several Bay Area and New York restaurants - including those owned by no-tipping pioneer Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group - as defendants, and claims that no-tipping policies are “part of a...
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