CHICAGO Quick-service chain Potbelly Sandwich Works has settled a lawsuit filed under the Americans with Disabilities Act by agreeing to lower the height of its ordering stations to make them more accessible to people in wheelchairs. Privately owned Potbelly, which operates 170 restaurants in 11 states, will retrofit the stations in existing restaurants, as well as build them at a lower height in new units, according to the agreement. The company also agreed to make at least 5 ...

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