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Understanding Triple Net Leases

There is a thriving niche in commercial real estate for what are commonly called “triple net leased properties.” These transactions most commonly involve fast food restaurants, convenience stores or some other franchise-type...more

Calorie Counts on Menus and Menu Boards to Be Mandatory for Ontario Franchises

On February 24, 2014, Ontario’s minority Liberal government introduced Bill 162, Making Healthier Choices Act, 2014. If passed, the legislation would require restaurant chains and other food service providers with 20 or more...more

Weekly Law Resume - February 2014: Insurance Coverage – “Mobile Equipment” Exception to Auto Exclusion

American States Insurance Company v. Travelers Property Casualty Company of America - Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District (January 27, 2014)- Most commercial general liability policies exclude liability for...more

Fast-Food Chain Employers: Take Steps Now to Avoid Being the Next FLSA Headline

On almost a daily basis, we read articles about class action lawsuits and settlements against fast-food chains. Almost all chains have had them. Fisher & Phillips has defended many of these lawsuits for different chains in...more

California Court Holds Food Truck Constitutes Mobile Equipment

In American States Insurance Company v. Travelers Property Casualty Company of America, 2014 Cal. App. LEXIS 74 (January 27, 2014), California’s Second Appellate District had occasion to consider whether a food truck...more

Fast Food Comes to Indian Country

In-N-Out Burger, the quintessentially Californian burger chain, will open its first restaurant on tribal land in early 2014 at the Morongo Casino on the Morongo Indian Reservation on the heavily trafficked Interstate 10. The...more

Panda Express Agrees to Early Settlement with EEOC to Resolve Sexual Harassment Suit

Teens at Quick Service Restaurant Chain in Hawaii Were Physically Groped and Demeaned by Supervisor, Federal Agency Says - HONOLULU - Chinese quick service restaurant giant Panda Express will pay $150,000 to settle an...more

Legal Alert: Fast Food Walkouts May Be Just Beginning

The well-publicized citywide fast food walkout in New York City on April 4, followed by another in Chicago on April 24, appear to be just the beginning of efforts to pressure fast food restaurants into paying higher wages....more

Fast Food And Retail Workers Strike In Chicago

Hundreds of fast food and retail workers will be striking in downtown Chicago today in an effort to push for higher wages as part of the “Fight for $15” campaign. This comes just weeks after fast food workers in New York...more

Hospitality Update, No. 1, March 2013: Unions Want Fast Food – Now!

With union membership rates at their lowest level since the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) was enacted in 1935, organized labor is desperately seeking to attract new members, even if that means targeting new industries...more

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