McDonald’s and members of Michigan’s Muslim community are seeking to settle a $700,000 lawsuit, but first will aim to end a legal tussle with an attorney who’s critical of the proposed agreement.
A Detroit judge has rescheduled a hearing on a proposed $700,000 payment by McDonald’s and a franchisee to settle a suit that says they falsely advertised food as being prepared according to Islamic law.
The lawsuit alleged that Ahmed Ahmed bought a chicken sandwich in 2011 at a Dearborn McDonald’s but found it didn’t meet Islamic dietary requirements.
With a name like Ahmed Ahmed, this Arab-American stand-up comedian was told he would never make it in the comedy world.
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