Here's a crazy case from Eugene Volokh.
Legal Duty to Report Your Coworkers' Off-the-Job Crimes?
That's what a New Jersey appellate court seems to have created, based on the theory that a criminal's coworkers somehow have a special duty to the victim -- even when the crime has nothing at all to do with the job.
In my opinion a sympathetic plaintiff wanted a defendant who could actually write a big check and the court played ball. If I were a franchisee at McDonalds I would be deeply troubled.