Wednesday July 15, 2020

Supermac’s and franchisee back in court

John Lyons wants to do up the franchised Supermac’s restaurant he has run with his wife Mary Lyons on the Ennis Road in Limerick for the past 19 years at his own expense

16th June, 2019
Pat McDonagh, chief executive of Supermac’s Picture: Michael Dillon

Irish fast food chain Supermac’s sought to take charge of upgrade works at one of its outlets in order to “exert control” and recoup “inflated costs” of up to €1.4 million from a franchise holder, it has been alleged in the latest round of marathon legal proceedings.

The claim has been made by John Lyons who wants to do up the franchised Supermac’s restaurant he has run with his...

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