ATLANTA A U.S. District Court has ruled in favor of Raving Brands Inc. in a lawsuit filed against it last year by a group of franchisees of its former Mama Fu's brand. The franchisees had accused Mama Fu's and Raving Brands executives, including chief executive Martin Sprock and president Daryl Dollinger, of misappropriating funds, racketeering, fraud and breech of contract, among other charges. The plaintiffs had sought damages and legal fees.“Raving Brands is pleased with decision ...
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