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Class-Action Lawsuit Claims Sushi Ai Took Tips From Servers
Class-Action Lawsuit Claims Sushi Ai Took Tips From Servers

A recent lawsuit filed against the restaurant chain, Sushi Ai, alleges that the company not only forced servers to share their tips with sushi chefs, but also required those servers to pay monetary fines with money taken out of their tips. Servers who worked at the St. ...

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