Jay-Z's popular 40/40 nightclub may be the place to be any given night in New York, but 10 to 20 ex-employees claim the hot spot is not the greatest place to work and judge is giving the mogul's former employees a chance to duke it out in court via a class action suit.

The judge has ordered the club to fork over names of all employees over the past three years so they can be given an opportunity to join the suit, which is being led by Celeste Williams. Williams, a former waitress, claims the club didn't pay minimum wage or overtime.