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Club Ordered to Stop Threatening Exotic Dancers Suing for Wages

An adult club in Omaha has been court-ordered to stop retaliating against exotic dancers participating in a wage suit after the District of Nebraska found that plaintiffs and potential opt-ins demonstrated “a substantial likelihood of success” on claims they were sued and threatened with termination.

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