During the pandemic, one of the concerns that may not have initially come to mind was coins. Due to the potential fear of contamination and the risk of the virus, many people are opting to use only their credit cards and refuse to touch coins and paper money. While consumers frantically purchase toilet paper for their households, owners of some establishments are pocketing change. Chipotle is one such restaurant that is refraining from returning the proper change amount when their customers pay with cash. The customers that have become victim to this misappropriation have banded together to file a class action lawsuit against Chipotle. Continue reading
In the case of Williams v. Burger King Corp, the plaintiffs are invited to amend their initial complaint if they so wish. However, their current claim against Burger King has been dismissed by a federal judge. The plaintiffs identify themselves as vegans who were led to believe that Burger King’s “Impossible Whopper” was specifically cooked on a separate grill, away from the chicken and beef products.
Ever want to know what’s really in a Big Mac? In a recent settlement, McDonald’s was ordered to pay about $700,000 to parties effected by the fast food restaurant for selling non-halal chicken that was advertised as halal. Halal, in the Islamic religion, is food that has been deemed edible. Originally, the settlement was to be divided between a few organizations based around Dearborn Heights, MI. However, other Muslims in the area are now calling into question the right of their own compensation. The two McDonald’s in Michigan are reportedly the only fast food restaurants in the state where halal food is served. Read more