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Diner Owner, Manager Charged With Litany of Labor Law Violations

Thursday, September 21, 2017 | 257 | 0 | 0 min read

The 35-count indictment against the duo who ran Long Island's Princess Diner contains a litany of labor law violations, from failure to carry workers' compensation insurance to scheming to defraud employees to failure to pay wages. Richard Bivona (left) and John Kalogeras (N.Y. Attorney General photo) Richard Bivona and John Kalogeras are accused of depriving 13 cooks, dishwashers, bussers and servers of more than $82,000 in wages and threatening them and their families when the workers asked to be paid. The workers allegedly were paid far less than minimum wage, the New York Atto...

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