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  • Ted Frank


    Theodore H. "Ted" Frank (born December 14, 1968), is an American lawyer, activist, and legal writer, based in Washington, D.C.. He is the counsel of record and petitioner in Frank v. Gaos, the first Supreme Court case to deal with the issue of cy pres in class action settlements; he is one of the few Supreme Court attorneys ever to argue his own case. He wrote the vetting report of vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin for the John McCain campaign in the 2008 presidential election. He founded the Center for Class Action Fairness (CCAF) in 2009; it merged with the Competitive Enterprise Institute in 2015. The New York Times calls him the "leading critic of abusive class-action settlements"; the Wall Street Journal has referred to him as "a leading tort-reform advocate" and praised his work exposing dubious practices by plaintiffs' attorneys in class actions. Frank graduated from Brandeis University in 1991, and the University of Chicago Law School in 1994 with a Juris Doctor. A litigator from 1995 to 2005, and a former clerk for Frank H. Easterbrook on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Frank was a director and fellow of the Legal Center for the Public Interest at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. He was an adjunct fellow at Manhattan Institute’s Center for Legal Policy, where he was editor of the Institute's web magazine, PointofLaw.com. He was on the Executive Committee of the Federalist Society's Litigation Practice Group and contributed to conservative legal weblogs, and, as of 2008, was a member of the American Law Institute.

  • Chicken Salad Chick


    Chicken Salad Chick is a fast casual chain of chicken restaurants based in Auburn, Alabama. As of December 2018, the chain consists of 103 franchise restaurants and stores in 12 different states.

  • Captain D's


    Captain D's is a U.S.-based chain of fast casual seafood restaurants specializing in seafood and their first one opening in Donelson, Tennessee, on August 15, 1969. Known originally as Mr. D's Seafood and Hamburgers, Captain D's changed its company name to Captain D's Seafood in 1974 to focus more exclusively on its classic fish and chips, shrimp and side dishes. Throughout the 1970s, the company grew rapidly and added special programs like the Kids’ Birthday Club and children's comic books. During the 1980s and 1990s, the company's logo and building design evolved. On September 13, 2010, Phil Greifeld was appointed CEO of Captain D's. Throughout 2016, Captain D's experienced a surge of franchise and corporate development, with 13 new locations opened, along with numerous development agreements signed to open additional restaurants. This ongoing growth expanded the brand's presence in states nationwide, including Florida, South Carolina, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas and Virginia.

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