Restaurateurs, attorneys and accounting experts gathered last week in Los Angeles and New York to determine what first steps can be taken to adapt the sweeping health care reform legislation. Many are expressing concern that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will cut sharply into earnings and potentially force operators to raise menu prices, eliminate jobs and slow growth. While many are taking initial steps to evaluate the new laws, some operators expect that changes to the ...

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