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Despite selling itself as a friend of the Black community, our latest lawsuit alleges McDonald’s has been intentionally setting Black franchisees up for failure. We started this case when 52 different Black former franchisees came to us with stories of corporate mistreatment. We know discrimination amid Black franchise operators was pervasive and that there are more who faced the same economic injustice. Our allegations against McDonald’s include:
- Giving Black franchisees less favorable locations with low-volume sales and higher operating costs
- Misleading Black franchisees with false projections
- Denying financial assistance and growth opportunities to Black franchisees
- Consistently grading Black-owned franchises more harshly than White-owned franchises
Did you experience these, or similar, acts of illegal discrimination while trying to start or operate a McDonald’s franchise? If so, we want to hear your story. You might be eligible to join our case, where we are asking the company to compensate its Black entrepreneurs for the chances they didn’t receive. Reach out to us any time at (888) 554-2030 to speak with one of our lawyers about this case.
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Lawsuit Media Coverage
Wall Street Journal
NBC / CNBC
The Financial Times
The Washington Post
The Sun (UK)
New York Post
Courthouse News Service
The Raw Story
Houston Business Journal
Food & Wine
New York Daily News
The Miami Herald
McClatchy: Raleigh News Observer, Charlotte Observer, Miami Herald, The News Tribune (Tacoma)
International Business Times
Tribuna de la Bahia (Noticias en Puerto Vallarta, Mexico)
Periodico Expresso (Hermosillo y Sonora, Mexico)
#RolandMartinUnfiltered Daily Digital Show
McDonald’s sued by Black ex-franchisees (Streamed live on Sept. 1, 2020).
Plaintiff Van Jakes interviewed. Watch here.