Domino’s Drivers Win Class Cert. On Mass. Tip Claims

Law360, Boston (September 1, 2016, 8:41 PM EDT) -- A federal judge in Boston certified a class on Thursday of Domino’s Pizza Inc. delivery drivers who say the company broke Massachusetts law when it kept delivery charges for itself instead of handing them over to the workers.

U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani said the case dealt with common questions of fact — whether Domino’s adequately informed customers that a delivery charge was not a tip.

“Accordingly, the evidence necessary to resolve whether Defendants’ notices for a given class of orders were sufficient and how many such orders were placed will be common to class members,” Judge Talwani said. “The court...

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