DENVER An attorney for the parent of Quiznos Subs fired back at the law firm representing franchisees in class-action lawsuits filed in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan against the chain, accusing a partner in the firm of “grandstanding with the press,” having “little knowledge of the Quiznos business,” and making misleading comments.   The assertions, which were also leveled at the head of a nationwide organization of Quiznos franchisees, came in a ...

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