The only thing longer than the lunchtime lines at your local Chipotle Mexican Grill, it seems, is the line of employees who have queued up to sue the burrito chain for various labor law violations.
Over the past five years, Chipotle has been hit with 115 federal employee lawsuits — about 4.85 legal actions per 100 stores, more than three times the rate of two of its peers, Panera Bread and Starbucks, according to analysis of lawsuit data by The Post.
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The investigations by the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and Immigration and Customs Enforcement expanded to Washington, DC, and Virginia, but has not resulted in fines, penalties or charges, a Chipotle spokesman said.
The company, through a spokesman, said the majority of these suits are driven by plaintiffs’ lawyers, not employees, and they are an unfortunate reality for Chipotle and a number of other companies.