For those of you who want to get a big jump on your life financially, know that a chipotle meal will cost you $9.49. Now, I’m not saying this has to apply to everyone. It is just one of those things that you should know if you want to save for retirement or a big purchase.
The problem with Chipotle is that its value is dependent on how much they charge for a meal. So if you want to get an early jump on your life financially, you better know what that meal will cost you before you order it. Or, at least, you better know what it will cost you before you order it.
This is a big problem with the food industry. The average American eats an average of 3,000 meals per year. Now, a Chipotle meal will cost you roughly $13.50, but that’s $3 more per meal than a typical American. So if you’re looking to cut the cost of your meals down, you’d better know what you’re paying.
Chipotle is now being sued by several different groups and the company just responded to the case in a big way. The case was filed with the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and it alleges that the company broke the law by charging “excessive” prices for its chicken and fish and was also guilty of unfair competition.
Yes, you can be a little grossed out by a little gross company.
This case is the first to go to trial and Chipotle’s attorney, Charles H. Lee has filed a motion claiming the company is being forced to “pay very large sums of money to the plaintiffs for their damages.” The motion also seeks a preliminary injunction forcing the company to pay the $4,500 in damages that each plaintiff is seeking.
There’s another case to be heard where a former employee was fired for having a drink in a bar. The bartender told the judge he’d been drinking and had been drinking for four hours. The judge was told that the bartender had been drinking but that the drink had been empty.
The problem in this case is that the case is not about damages. The damages are the compensation owed for time and effort put into making the case so that the plaintiffs are not on the hook for the huge amounts of money that they are being forced to pay. A case like this should be about the compensation due to plaintiffs.
The problem with this case is that the damages that are being demanded are not due to the hours put in. The fees and costs are being demanded by the defense, not the plaintiffs. The plaintiffs aren’t being asked to fork over thousands of dollars for a case that is going nowhere and has no bearing on the merits of the case. The fees and costs are being demanded by the defense, not the plaintiffs.
The problem is that the fees and costs are not due to hours put in. In fact the fees and costs would be owed by the defendants if, say, it had been possible to have the case dismissed. The fees and costs are owed by the defendants if, say, it had been possible to have this case dismissed.