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Carl’s Jr.

A former manager for the Carl's Jr. franchise By the Rio claims in a federal class action that the companies conspire to suppress wages by nonsolicitation and no-hire provisions in franchise agreements, in violation of antitrust law.

DENVER — A former manager for the Carl's Jr. franchise By the Rio claims in a federal class action that the companies conspire to suppress wages by nonsolicitation and no-hire provisions in franchise agreements, in violation of antitrust law.

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