Schlotzskys Rebrand Pays Homage To Its Austin Roots

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Such contracts are standard and are a significant part of what makes franchising financially attractive. Our examination of the evidence does not reveal much of a means to place a dollar value on the effect of Sterling’s actions. As the trial court noted, one of the complications in quantifying injury is that Sterling was actually providing a service that allowed franchisees and distributors of products to be linked. The extent to which the link led to higher prices and lower profits was not reduced to any evidentiary measure.

Schlotzsky’s is converting its 400-plus units to be fast fine, even adding “Austin Eatery” to its name. Their muffuletta was introduced to Austin in 1971, and they set up shop in a modest little shop at 1301 South Congress Street. There was one sandwich, that only came in one size 8″ . The only option that I remember was if you didn’t like the olives, you could ask them to 86 that item. BBQ sea salt with a hint of basil chips wasn’t offered, It was Lay’s Potato Chips , a pickle spear, and a Coke, Sprite or a Dr. Pepper.

The injunction prohibits Sterling’s affiliates from engaging in the kind of misrepresentations that Sterling repeatedly used to advance its business position. The district court did not abuse its discretion in granting permanent injunctive relief. The evidence consisted of Sterling’s misstatements to scores of franchisees and distributors that Sterling was the exclusive representative for Schlotzsky’s in making these contracts. An unavoidable inference is that the misrepresentation a(n) ____ is a placeholder for data whose contents can change. was done to maximize Sterling’s bargaining power and therefore its income by substituting itself for other alternatives that might have been available to distributors and franchisees. A dollar value on the extent to which this plan succeeded-maximizing Sterling’s income at the expense of others including Schlotzsky’s-was not proven. We find sufficient evidence, though, that it was likely that Sterling’s violations of the Lanham Act damaged Schlotzsky’s.

FOCUS Brands, Inc. has acquired Schlotzsky’s as a wholly owned subsidiary. FOCUS Brands, based in Atlanta, is also the franchisor and operator of nearly 1,400 ice cream stores, bakeries, and cafes under the Carvel, Cinnabon, and Seattle’s Best Coffee brands. By 1981, the company had 100 franchise restaurants.

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