The top lawyer and two other executives at the San Diego-based restaurant chain Jack in the Box Inc. will be leaving the company in 2020, as the company is in the middle of a lawsuit over its marketing efforts and after franchisees expressed a vote of no confidence in the CEO.

Executive vice president, chief legal and risk officer and corporate secretary Phillip Rudolph will be leaving his role at the company Feb. 28. Leonard Comma, CEO of Jack in the Box, said in the press release that the organization’s leadership structure is evolving to support a single restaurant brand.

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