Lawyers at Quarles & Brady on Tuesday removed a franchise lawsuit against 7-Eleven to Florida Southern District Court. The suit was filed by attorney Kenneth S. Mair on behalf of Jumping Jack Retail II Inc., a company which owned two 7-Eleven stores. The complaint accuses the defendant of improperly debiting funds from one of the store’s accounts in order to cover the expenses of the other store, which was allegedly unsuccessful due to being located in a high-crime area. The case is 0:22-cv-61443, Jumping Jack Retail II Inc. v. 7-Eleven Inc.
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