LOS ANGELES Three former franchisees of Moe's Southwest Grill are seeking $3.9 million in damages from the fast-casual chain's Atlanta-based franchisor, Raving Brands, for alleged fraud, violations of state franchise investment laws and unlawful trade practices. The charges were leveled in a lawsuit filed by the three southern California franchisees. In a separate lawsuit filed last year, the all-franchise Raving Brands was also accused of misrepresentation and breach of contract ...
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