PALMDALE, CALIF. —When the franchisor of the 64-unit RedBrick Pizza concept files for renewal of its Uniform Franchise Offering Circular in California this spring, the UFOC document likely will disclose nine lawsuits—enough, some franchise lawyers say, to give a potential franchisee pause. Some of the cases have been settled, but among those that would be disclosed are four pending lawsuits filed by master developer-franchisees who allege fraud, misrepresentation and other ...

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