WHITE PLAINS N.Y. An immigrant couple whose four-unit Dunkinā€™ Donuts franchise was terminated has sued the chainā€™s franchisor in federal court here for allegedly discriminating against minority franchisees, according to an attorney identified as their legal counsel. Also named as a defendant was the franchisor of Dunkinā€™s sister brand, Baskin-Robbins, according to a statement issued on behalf of the plaintiffs, Mahendra Patel and his wife, Nita Patel. Both the Dunkinā€™ and ...

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