An amendment to a federal law intended to prevent identity theft by requiring retailers to mask credit card numbers and expiration dates on sales receipts has spurred a rash of lawsuits against several prominent restaurant companies.In-N-Out Burger, the Walt Disney Co., El Pollo Loco, California Pizza Kitchen, Levy Restaurants, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and other foodservice operators are defendants in the lawsuits along with more than 40 well-known retailers, including Rite-Aid, AMC ...
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