Restaurant industry wins legal battls against menu labeling, ‘no-match’ letters

Restaurant industry wins legal battls against menu labeling, ‘no-match’ letters

Lawsuits continued to plague the industry in 2007 as special-interest groups, governmental agencies, customers, employees and franchisees pressed claims against restaurant companies for the usual range of alleged infractions.

Those complaints run the legal gamut, rooted in everything from slip-and-fall incidents, food poisoning outbreaks and civil-rights disputes to on-the-job bias and harassment issues, back-pay claims, and contractual grievances.

Especially troubling because of

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