Announcing Levin Epstein, P.C.!
After practicing law in two excellent firms, I have established my own law firm: Levin-Epstein, P.C. Find out about all of our plans here.
The Tip Credit – What Is It?
Federal regulations allow restaurants a credit against paying the full minimum wage, as long as the employee regularly receives more than $30/m in tips.
The Fair Labor Standards Act – Who Does It Apply To?
The FLSA applies to any business or enterprise that is involved in interstate commerce or makes at least $500,000 worth of sales annually. Find more here.
What You Need To Know About Restaurant Letter Grading
Since 2010, the Health Department has ordered restaurants to post letter grades of the sanitary inspection results. Find all details on this here.
What You Need To Know About The Scoring And Timing Of Restaurant Inspections
The New York City Department of Health conducts unannounced inspections of restaurants at least once a year. Find out more on this inspection here.
Avoiding A Common Pitfall For Restaurants Organized As Llcs, New York State Restaurant Association
Failing to adequately address the legal affairs of a restaurant can be as fatal as poor service and unappetizing food. Find out more on LLCs here.
Joshua Levin-epstein’s Article “Negotiating Your Restaurant Lease: How To Avoid Costly Mistakes” Was Published By The New York State Restaurant Association
Remember, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Find out how to properly negotiate your restaurant lease paperwork here.