Former restaurant workers accused of stealing information to launch Rival

By Joyce Hanson (April 19, 2022, 5:40 p.m. EDT) – An Asian fusion restaurant has accused two ex-employees, its former owners and a promotion company of stealing trade secrets to start a competing restaurant in Manhattan, said in New York federal judge that they also accessed its online reservation system to cancel reservations.

Jade Farm LLC, the owner-operator of Jue Lan Club, said in its Friday lawsuit seeking at least $10 million in damages that newly opened competitor Sei Less deliberately ripped off its Asian fusion themes and menu items. top of the line. Additionally, according to the lawsuit, Sei Less sabotaged his competitor by stealing his OpenTable online reservation password, canceling and…

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