Historic NYC Ice Cream Parlor Served With Wage Suit

Law360 (October 15, 2018, 6:48 PM EDT) -- A popular New York City ice cream parlor that first opened in 1897 got hit Monday in federal court with a wage-and-overtime suit under the Fair Labor Standards Act and state law by two ex-servers who claim the eatery didn't pay them minimum and overtime wages, among other claims.

Former servers Maria Vlamakis and Elma Virgili alleged that Jahn's ice cream parlor and restaurant in Jackson Heights, Queens — the last remaining location of what was once a local chain — not only failed to pay them statutory minimum wages under the FLSA and New York Labor Law, but also refused...

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