MIAMI The operators of 57 franchised Burger Kings in South Florida said they have have sued the chain’s franchisor over a requirement that units extend their hours of operation. The suit, filed here yesterday, alleges that the policy could subject the plaintiffs to severe economic hardship. It also asserts that employees and customers could be put at significant risk by operating late at night or early in the morning. .The later closings were mandated in 2007, according to the ...
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