CHICAGO Quiznos Sub franchisees alleging violations of U.S. racketeering and corruption statutes by their franchisor was granted preliminary approval Nov. 20 by a U.S. District Court judge and could significantly alter the relationship of the feuding parties while costing the franchisor up to $114 million in payments and credits. —The settlement of four class-action lawsuits by As proposed, the settlement involving Quiznos Franchise Co. ...
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