Saturday, April 18, 2015

Tsu Yue Wang Private Residence Worth over $1.5 million in Great Neck, NY

Private residence of Tsu Yue Wang
29 Pine Hill Road, Great Neck, NY 11020


See here: http://www.elections.state.ny.us:8080/reports/rwservlet?cmdkey=efs_sch_report+p_filer_id=A13523+p_e_year=2004+p_freport_id=B+p_transaction_code=A

Tsu Yue Wang, 65, who filed for bankruptcy after he was sued by the Department of Labor for underpaying his employees. Some of them received a paltry $1.40/hr. 

Perhaps now the Department of Labor can go knock on Mr. Wang's door and collect the money he owes these hard working people. 

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Ollie's filed for Chapter 11 because it still owes money for a labor dispute settled last March, Mr Fischoff said. At the time, the chain was found guilty of violating overtime and minimum wage laws and ordered to pay $2.3 million. The suit alleged that Mr. Wang paid employees as little as $1.40 an hour, though the minimum wage in New York state is $7.25.

“Just because a corporate entity is now bankrupt, that will not stop us from seeking money from the individuals that operated the company,” said Lorelei Boylan, director of strategic enforcement for the labor department. 

hardworking and underpaid chef at Ollie's


See article here: http://columbiaspectator.com/2010/03/29/ollie%E2%80%99s-vine-face-bankruptcy-after-labor-disputes

PLEASE HELP US KEEP THIS CRIMINAL FROM RENTING THE SPACE FORMERLY KNOWN AS TANI @2020 BROADAY!!


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