Oral arguments in a wage disparity lawsuit are scheduled for Jan. 22 before the Connecticut Supreme Court in class action litigation that could determine whether restaurants must pay the state’s full $11-an-hour minimum wage when servers perform other duties.

“This is the first case where class certification was granted in such a similar lawsuit,” said plaintiffs attorney Richard Hayber, who representing Jacqueline Rodriguez in Rodriguez v. Chip’s Family Restaurants.

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