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Fast Food Franchise Agreement to Restrict Employee Transfer

Employee Rights Attorneys in Southern California

McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP has filed employee class action lawsuits against McDonald's, Jimmy John’s, Burger King, Little Caesars, and Domino's resulting from these fast-food franchise's agreement not to allow employees to transfer from one independent franchise to another independent franchise without the agreement of both franchises to the transfer.

These agreements are called “no-poach” agreements. The limiting of the employee’s ability to transfer removes employee compensation competition and operates to limit employee wages. The complaints allege that this action is an antitrust violation.

Contact Us If You Are the Victim of a No-Poach Agreement

If you were an employee of one of these companies that have been sued or are an employee of other franchises that use no-poach agreements, we would like to talk with you.

Call (909) 345-8110 today to speak with our experienced Inland Empire firm about your employee rights issue!

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