With the city of Chicago in the middle of a legal fight with the owners of the Sam’s club in its home city, the debate over the restaurant chain’s future has been reignited.

Sam’s Club is one of Chicago’s most popular and popularly visited dining destinations, with a total of about 11 million visits in 2017.

Last year, the chain reported a loss of more than $3.2 billion (£2.9 billion) and its parent company, Sam’s Management, filed for bankruptcy protection in May.

The restaurant chain was created in 1984 and has since grown into one of the world’s biggest chains, with more than 1,400 locations in more than 20 countries.

It operates in more countries than any other restaurant chain in the world, with over 3,000 in the United States alone.

Sam and his family run the chain from their home in Chicago, with Sam the owner and his sons.

The family has been on the forefront of legal battles over the past decade, and this year has taken another turn, with the Chicago Board of Education seeking to bar the chain’s location in the city’s west side.

In March, Sam announced that he would shut down the Sams Club bakery, a popular restaurant and cafe in the Chicago suburbs, because of a lawsuit filed by the city.

The bakery has also been shut down in the past, including last year.

Sam told The Associated Press that the bakery’s closure would affect about 150 employees.

Sam’s statement said:The bakery is an important part of the neighborhood, and we believe the closure of the bakery would impact the quality of life in the neighborhood and its surrounding communities.