Gallo describes himself as a "sometimes consumer-attorney" from the "boutique" law firm Gallo & Company—"boutique" apparently meaning there are two other attorneys in the office beside Gallo. After noting that "seafood fraud normally is reserved for fish markets and high-end restaurants," the firm said it had filed a class action in California Superior Court in Los Angeles. The suit alleges that the "Lobster Burrito" served by Rubio's is really a "Langostino Burrito," containing only ...
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