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Amaral Brothers, Inc. v. Department of Labor, No. SC 19622 (Apr. 4, 2017)

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Connecticut Supreme Court Holds Restaurant-Employer May Not Use ‘Tip Credit’ for Delivery Drivers

Jackson Lewis P.C. • April 03, 2017
Finding the Connecticut Department of Labor regulations on tip credit are “not incompatible” with the state tip credit law, the Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that an employer’s pizza delivery drivers are not subject to a tip credit. Amaral Brothers, Inc. v. Department of Labor, No. SC 19622 (Apr. 4, 2017).

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