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Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Is Suing a Mall Where It Can’t Sell Chicken Fingers

Food Network Spotlights How a Chicago Chef Uses Food to Teach School Kids

As Chicago’s Lawsuits Versus DoorDash and Grubhub Proceed, San Francisco May Settle

Suspect Charged With Hate Crime After Suburban Drag Show Canceled

As Maple & Ash’s Lawsuits Continue, Attorney Blames Design Flaw for Cafe Closure

Maple & Ash Investors File Lawsuit Against Owners Who Are Already Suing Each Other

NLRB Says Lost Larson Bakery Illegally Fired a Worker For Labor Organizing

As part of the settlement, the bakery paid the worker $2,000 in lost wages

Maple & Ash Co-Owner Accuses Partner of Stealing $265K From Shared Business Accounts

Maple & Ash Co-Owners Entangled in Lawsuit Over Control of the Company

Two More Women Allege Ex-Schubas Co-Owner Used Spy Cameras to Record Them

Russian Tea Time, Chicago’s Ukranian-Founded Restaurant Landmark, Targeted With Misguided Scorn

Former Employee Sues Ace Hotel, Alleging Defamation and Corporate Negligence

The lawsuit claims that the chain’s ethos of diversity and inclusion is a facade that hides abusive practices toward its workers

Chicago Raises New Allegations in Lawsuit Against Grubhub

Former Old Town Bar Owner Charged in Fatal Hit and Run

Schubas and Lincoln Hall Co-Owner Allegedly Used Home Spy Cameras to Record Nude Footage

McDonald’s Workers Protest Sexual Harassment in Front of Chicago HQ

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What Led Chicago to Sue DoorDash and Grubhub

The filings may have been a surprise, but the reasoning behind the lawsuits was not a secret

Chicago Sues Grubhub and DoorDash for Allegedly Scamming Basically Everyone: Restaurants, Drivers, and Customers

The lawsuits have been universally celebrated by restaurant owners who feel the companies have gaslit them throughout the pandemic

Tamale Guy Strikes Deal to Move to Randolph Restaurant Row

How FDA’s Johnson & Johnson Pause Affects Chicago’s Restaurants

Tank Noodle Must Return $150K Pandemic Grant to Illinois After Federal Wage Theft Investigation

Tank Noodle Pays Out Nearly $700,000 to Employees After Federal Wage Theft Investigation

Chicago Restaurants Earn Small Win in Legal Battle for Pandemic Business Interruption Insurance Claims

Chicago-Area Pizzeria Owner Allegedly Used Shoe Camera to Film Young Female Employees

Suburban Doughnut Shop’s Viral Social Media Plea Leads to 10K Sales Over 72 Hours

Ex-Acadia Worker Asks Yelp and Microsoft For Data to Unmask Creator of Harassing Website in Ryan McCaskey Case

Headquarters Caught in Legal Battle Over Proposed Pilsen Arcade Bar

Avondale’s Popular Riverfront Brewery Faces Eviction

Acadia Chef Ryan McCaskey Has Moved to Maine

Acadia Chef Ryan McCaskey Countersues Against Ex-Employee in Harassment Case

Chicago’s World Famous Garrett Popcorn Pivots to Grocery Stores Sales

Restaurants Continue to Adapt to Illinois’ Indoor Dining Ban