Bob Evans servers who were paid under the “tip credit” provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) claim in a collective action filed in a Florida federal court that they “were not compensated at least the proper minimum wage for all hours worked as a result of being required to pay for uniforms.” McDaniel v. Bob Evans Farms, LLC, No. 14-2767 (U.S. Dist. Ct., M.D. Fla., Tampa Div., filed November 3, 2014). Named plaintiff Emily McDaniel alleges that she was paid an hourly rate of $4.77 plus tips, which increased to $4.91 plus tips, and that she and other servers “were required to pay Defendant for uniforms, including but not limited to, Bob Evans T-shirts and aprons.” She claims that this resulted in an FLSA violation because servers “have not been paid the minimum wage for each hour worked during their employment.” She seeks certification of a class of servers, declaratory relief and awards of unpaid minimum wages, liquidated damages or pre-judgment interest, attorney’s fees, and costs.