The only Tim Horton’s franchisee in Minnesota filed suit against the brand and its parent, Restaurant Brands International, last week in US District Court. The franchisee, Tim-Minn, had planned to open 280 stores in the state, but in its lawsuit, claims the brand used false and misleading information to attract Tim-Minn participation. According to the suit, the company preyed upon an “inexperienced franchisee” and the brands’s “broken promises, unfulfilled contractual expectations and false and misleading statements and omissions” caused Tim-Minn to lose millions of dollars. The company previously had no stores in Minnesota.