Officials of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc., which this week lost a U.S. appeals court ruling in an Americans With Disabilities Act lawsuit, said the chain has already answered the concerns of the court and the plaintiff, which centered on whether its restaurants deprive wheelchair-using customers of the "Chipotle experience." The litigation revolves around the claims of Maurizio Antoninetti, who uses a wheelchair, and claimed that at two Southern California Chipotle restaurants he ...

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