ATLANTA In another dispute over a restaurant segment's legal definition, a franchisee of Atlanta Bread Co. has sued the bakery-cafe chain's franchisor for wrongful termination of his agreement to operate five units, according to published reports. The franchisee, Sean Lupton-Smith, is seeking $12 million in damages from Atlanta Bread Co. International Inc. here. He alleges that the company had no right to disenfranchise him for opening an Atlanta unit of Raving Brand's PJ's Coffee ...

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