MIAMI In the latest round of an ongoing legal dispute over Burger King’s value menu, a New York City-based franchisee filed another legal claim this week against franchisor Burger King Corp., alleging again that the bargain-priced array forced the closing of three stores. The affidavit was filed by E-Z Eating Corp. after the franchisor sued the company for non-payment of franchise royalties. Burger King took the action after E-Z filed a lawsuit against the Miami-based chain in August ...
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