TORONTO A superior court judge here recently denied a request by a group of Quiznos franchisees to form a class-action suit, ruling that all 427 Canadian franchisees did not qualify to band together in suing the Canadian franchisor of the Denver-based sub sandwich chain. The suit, filed in 2006, accused Quiznos Canada Restaurant Corp. of price gouging franchisees on supply costs yet limiting what they could charge customers.Meanwhile in Denver, a federal judge on Thursday declined a ...
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