Arthur Cullen, owner of the Coral Gables, Fla., restaurant Havana Harry’s, felt his livelihood threatened when he was served with a lawsuit in April. A customer accused him of illegally including credit or debit card expiration dates on customer receipts.

“This is extortion. I felt like I was out on the street corner and an attorney put a gun to my head and was picking my pocket,” Cullen said.

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