Continued from page 2 Those in litigation, however, claim that the business model is broken. The new round of lawsuits come just three years after the company settled four class-action lawsuits raising similar concerns of fraud and racketeering. The class-action suits represented about 8,000 then-current and former franchisees resulting in a settlement estimated at $206 million. Quiznos denied all claims made in those lawsuits. The more recent round of litigation involved ...

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