New Jersey Food Truck Manager Sues Former Employer Over Pay

HOBOKEN, NJ – Taco Truck has until Dec. 23 to answer a lawsuit accusing it of overworking and underpaying a Hoboken employee.

Former Taco Truck employee, Jonathan Velazquez, lobbed […]

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Schenectady Food Truck Wanders into Court Over Name Issue

ALBANY, NY – The question of whether the Wandering Dago will find a home on property controlled by the state might end up being settled […]

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Beavers Coffee and Donuts v Evanston to be Heard in June

EVANSTON, IL – After months spent in a legal back-and-forth, the dispute between Evanston and food truck Beavers Coffee and Donuts is now back where it […]

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Judge Dismisses Evanston Food Truck Lawsuit

EVANSTON, IL – A judge has dismissed the suit between a Chicago-based food truck and the city of Evanston.

The five-month case between Beavers Coffee and […]

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Evanston Food Truck Lawsuit to Begin Later this Month

EVANSTON, IL – The lawsuit between the City of Evanston and a Chicago food truck service will go to court Jan. 29.

Beaver’s Coffee and Donuts […]

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Game of Food Trucks: The Plight of Chicago Food Trucks

CHICAGO, IL –  You may have missed the food truck news, but the Chicago Machine is about to be tested. Yesterday we reported that the […]

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Institute of Justice Files Food Truck Lawsuit Against Chicago

Burke v. City of Chicago: Should the city of Chicago be in the business of protecting restaurants from food trucks?

That is the question to be answered […]

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Monrovia to ease food-truck restrictions

MONROVIA, CA – After spending $140,000 on defending food-truck restrictions – including a ban from doing business in Old Town – the city has agreed […]

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