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Curry Hill Wage Theft Case Draws COVID Condolence and Only Paper Records Defense

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE,  May 20 – At a restaurant on Curry Hill in Manhattan, Piyush Paleya toiled for six years and then sued used the Wage Theft Prevention Act.   

On May 20, U.S. District Court for the South District of New York Judge Analisa Torres held a conference in the case. It became with condolence to the Kailash Parbat restaurant's lawyer, Byron Quintanilla, for the loss of his grandfather.  

Then delay was sought, with the statement that the restaurant industry is in some turmoil amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The wage records, it was said, could not so easily be found - the client is "old school" and does not keep electronic employment records.

But the website, here, looks nice.

The case is Paleja v. KP NY Operations LLC, 20-cv-475 (Torres). 


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