Law360, New York (August 12, 2013, 6:34 PM EDT) -- Law firm Outten & Golden LLP said Monday that it deserves higher fees in connection with an employment suit it helped bring against grocery chain Gristedes, saying the company and owner John Catsimatidis repeatedly gave it the runaround even after the case settled.
Justin Swartz, a lawyer at the firm, said Gristedes should be ordered to cough up about $800,000 in additional fees in connection with a wage-and-hour lawsuit brought by the chain’s employees.
The 30-store chain, helmed by New York real estate magnate and mayoral...
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