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Frequently Asked Questions

1) What is this case about?

The plaintiffs have alleged that Ruby Tuesday has failed to pay servers, bartenders and food runners for all the hours they worked by requiring them to clock in after the start of their shift, or having them clock out toward the end of their shift and then keep working.  The plaintiffs also claim that servers, bartenders, and food runners spent an excessive amount of time on sidework.

2) Who is in the Class?

If you worked as a server, bartender or food runner at a Ruby Tuesday restaurant between June 11, 2010 and the present and you worked off the clock or spent an excessive amount of time on sidework, you can join the case by mailing or faxing a Consent to Sue Form to be received no later than December 23, 2013 to:

Ruby Tuesday Lawsuit Administrator

c/o Angeion Group

1801 Market Street, Suite 660

Philadelphia, PA 19103

(Fax) 215-563-8839

3) If I join the case, how much money will I receive?

The Court has not made any decisions about whether Ruby Tuesday has done anything wrong or whether members of the class are entitled to any compensation.  The purpose of the notice is to give you a chance to join the case.  If you join the case and there is a judgment in favor of the plaintiffs or a monetary settlement, you will be contacted again with details.  If there is no settlement or the Court determines that Ruby Tuesday did not violate the law, you will receive no money.

4) If I join the case, who is my lawyer?

The attorney representing the class is Adam Gonnelli of Faruqi & Faruqi LLP at 369 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017, 212.983.9330.  He can be contacted at RubyTuesday@FaruqiLaw.com.

5) Do I have to pay the lawyers representing me in order to join the case?

No.  The law firm of Faruqi & Faruqi are prosecuting the case on a contingent basis, which means they will only get paid if they are successful.  If the case is not successful, you will not owe them any money.

6) If I join the case, what happens next?

The case continues into the discovery phase, where the Plaintiffs and Ruby Tuesday are allowed to examine each other’s documents and take testimony.  During discovery, you may be required to provide documents or appear for a deposition to give testimony under oath, in which case you will be contacted.

7) Is there a deadline to join the case?

Yes, the deadline to join the case is December 23, 2013.  This means your Consent to Sue Form must be received by December 23, 2013.   

8) I lost my claim form.  How do I get another one?

Click the Consent to Sue Form link in the Documents section and print a Form and mail/fax the Form to:

Ruby Tuesday Lawsuit Administrator

c/o Angeion Group

1801 Market Street, Suite 660

Philadelphia, PA 19103

(FAX) 215-563-8839

 9) Where can I find out more about the case?

Go to www.RubyTuesdayLawsuit.com or contact Adam Gonnelli of Faruqi & Faruqi LLP at 369 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017, 212.983.9330.  His email is RubyTuesday@Faruqilaw.com.

Important Documents

Notice

Consent Form

Complaint

6-11-2013 Order Granting Motion to 
Conditional Cert

En Español

El Avisio en Español

Consent en Español


Important Dates

December 23, 2013 - Consent to Sue Form must be received by the administrator by this date.