Armani law “suit” accuses employer of misclassifying interns

October 6, 2014 by

ArmaniStephanie Figuccio, 25, of Long Island, says that since 2008, she and more than 100 others were misclassified by Armani as unpaid interns when they should have been paid minimum wage.

The complaint was filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.  Figuccio, who alleges she worked 16 to 20 hours a week in Armani’s corporate headquarters on W. 15th St. in the summer of 2009, wants back wages and punitive damages for herself and others.

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