The latest in the Tavern on the Green fiasco.
The plaintiff is using Bruni's written words to argue their case in a wrongful-termination suit.
Former employees allege they were deprived of tips and overtime pay.
A patron is suing after she was allegedly injured by a falling caribou head.
Plus: A call for food-label regulation and a fight in a meat shop, all in our morning news roundup.
A London restaurant is asking patrons to sign waivers before eating its Christmas pudding.
Two accomplished athletes sue food vendors.
Read the complaint that cater-waiters brought against the events juggernaut.
Cipriani says workers are wrong to say they were stiffed out of tips, but their lawyer has a different story.
The owner of Joseph Leonard claims he was unfairly cut out of a contract.
A realtor who offered to show him the relics is suing.
Plus: prisoners sue over soy-heavy diet, and Bruce Willis diversifies into alcohol, all in our morning news roundup.
Apparently, buttless chaps are trademarked.
Plus: the advertising advantage of "real" food, and what Yao Ming has to say about shark fin soup, all in our morning news roundup.
The Westgate mall is suing Brigham's for nonpayment of rent.
Two former waitresses say Café Habana's risqué calendars were their idea, but went in a different direction.
The latest in Gordon Ramsay's world.
Were accusations of sexual harassment at a trendy Nolita eatery inspired by the Hawaiian Tropic Zone case?