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Now being sued: Donald Trump, restaurateur

A federal judge has cleared the way for the president to be sued for alleged undue advantages in his restaurant and banquet operations.

Senate fails to override NLRB’s ‘quickie election’ rule

No vote will be taken, now or in the future. Meanwhile, 141 labor groups have reportedly filed for an expedited union vote.

Here are the questions converts and others close to the situation suggest restaurateurs ask themselves before deciding if a labor surcharge is right for their operation.

The consent agreement settles a three-year action brought by the Department of Labor.

A Performance Food Group executive testified that the competitive stature of his company would be enhanced by the combined companies’ sale of 11 distribution centers.

A new general counsel for the NLRB was confirmed yesterday. Peter Robb is seen as much more balanced on labor issues than his predecessor, Robert Griffin.

Attendees of the Restaurant Leadership Conference were treated to a host of aha moments, including these.

Establishments are mounting a campaign to protect their tourism business.

A provision of the measures currently before Congress has the unintended effect of denying some midsize companies one of the intended breaks.

A measure passed yesterday along party lines would grant restaurants and other employers a six-month extension to contend with the new regulations.

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