The Restaurant Law Center and others have filed a suit in the Supreme Court of New York, arguing that New York City’s so-called “predictive scheduling” law has caused fast-food businesses to operate under the constant threat of city audits, penalties and modified scheduling premiums — and that it is in fact preempted by New York State law and therefore violates the state constitution and the Municipal Home Rule Law.
December 3, 2018
The Restaurant Law Center, International Franchise Association, and New York State Restaurant Association filed a Complaint.
February 18, 2020
The Supreme Court of New York filed its final order and decision in this case.