Working closely with the founders, we formulated, drafted and implemented a blueprint for the creation and operation of Mixology (DC). investor group to develop and implement a strategic business plan for a “start-up” GLBT personal dating service.The lawsuit also alleges minimum wage, overtime compensation, and tip theft violations of the New York Labor Law (NYLL) and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).The lawsuit claims that Café Lalo’s manager, Daniel Reyes, “treats the restaurant as his own personal dating service.” According to the complaint filed by thirteen former waitresses, Reyes regularly made sexual advances towards the waitresses and verbally and physically threatened them when they rejected his advances."Men have a tendency to pass away sooner than women so we have an abundance of amazing women who are looking for guys," she said.Tregobov said she has noticed a trend of what she calls "casserole ladies." "A casserole lady is somebody who follows the obituaries or pre-plans knowing that a fellow is losing his spouse and then makes herself available, feeds him, knocks on his door with casseroles and often is trying to find her place," she said.She tried dating websites but was discouraged because there were more single women than men and she felt she was being compared to other women, she said. "If you're running a business and you lose your president you go to a head hunter.You go to someone who knows the market, who does the back ground checks, who does the leg work," she said. Times have changed and definitely they've had wonderful relationships…
Lawyers for the class seek to recover damages for loss of income, lost future earnings, mental anguish and pain and suffering.
All necessary intellectual property rights were secured prior to launch.
Hafezi Capital is proud to have contributed to the success of Mixology (DC).
Current and former female servers at Café Lalo, an Upper West Side Café made famous by the movie “You’ve Got Mail” starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, filed a class action lawsuit in Manhattan federal court.
The lawsuit alleges that the staff was subjected to sexual harassment, discrimination, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and assault in violation of New York City and New York State Human Rights Law and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.