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Tanning salon Chili Pepper’s Tanning is facing several lawsuits after management failed to detect hidden cameras a customer had installed in several tanning rooms at one of the salon’s locations in Shelby Township, Michigan. According to G&G News, the incident has led to at least nine lawsuits, including a personal injury suit accusing Chili Pepper’s of negligence for not inspecting the premises and failing to maintain the safety of the premises. An attorney with Plunkett Cooney is representing the salon.

McDonald’s and franchise owners Lexi Management LLC and DAK4 LLC are suing Austin Mutual Insurance Co. for breach of contract after the insurance company declined to pay legal expenses McDonald’s and the franchise owners incurred while fighting a recent putative class action. Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg is representing McDonald’s, Lexi Management and DAK4 as they seek compensation, according to Bloomberg Law. The underlying suit involved a group of McDonald’s employees seeking improved safety conditions for workers in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Aleeza Furman

Aleeza Furman is a Philadelphia-based copy editor with ALM. Contact her at [email protected]

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