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Smith v. Pizza Hut, Inc.

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Case Number:




Nature of Suit:

Labor: Fair Standards

Multi Party Litigation:

Class Action


Christine M. Arguello



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  1. July 18, 2011

    Pizza Hut Can’t Toss Drivers’ FLSA Action

    A Colorado federal judge on Thursday declined to dismiss a putative collective action accusing Pizza Hut Inc. of stiffing delivery drivers on auto expense reimbursements, but trimmed a claim that the company had violated the minimum wage laws of several states.

  2. March 15, 2010

    Drivers' FLSA Claims Against Pizza Hut Tossed

    A federal judge has tossed all claims in a proposed class action that accuses Pizza Hut Inc. of failing to reimburse its delivery drivers for automobile costs, uniform purchases and other job-related expenses in violation of federal and state labor laws.