Stoneacre Hospitality ordered to pay $571K in wage theft lawsuit

A FEDERAL COURT has ordered the owners of of Stoneacre Hospitality restaurant group to pay more than $571,000 for wage theft and related violations. / PBN PHOTO/ANNE EWING
NEWPORT – A federal court has ordered restaurant group Stoneacre Hospitality to pay more than $571,000 in repayment and fees for wage theft and related violations, which impacted 125 employees. The ruling calls for Stoneacre, owned by Christopher Bender and David Crowell, to pay $270,519 in liquidated damages; $283,061 in back wages and tips; and…

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