A group of Steak n Shake franchisees is contesting a policy change by the chain’s parent company requiring franchise operators to adhere to prices and a promotion schedule. A five-unit franchisee, Stuller Inc., also has filed a lawsuit against Steak n Shake Operations Inc., arguing that the new pricing policy violates the chain’s uniform franchise offering circular. The One Voice Franchise Association, or OVFA, which represents more than 50 of Steak n Shake’s 75 ...
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