lightning.jpgCo-authored by Jeremy W. Stewart and Ariel Cudkowicz

Hotel and restaurant operators in the State of Hawaii have recently found their service charge practices subject to waves of challenges brought pursuant to H.R.S. § 481B-14 (the “Tip Statute”). The Hawaii Tip Statute is, in essence, a consumer protection statute that requires an employer to pay employee the entire service charge

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