Durling et al v. Papa John's International, Inc.

  1. July 25, 2018

    Papa John's Drivers Get Conditional Cert. In Wage Suit

    A New York federal judge has conditionally certified a collective of delivery drivers at about 700 Papa John's International Inc. corporate stores who allege the company's mileage reimbursement policy pushes their pay below minimum wage.

  2. March 01, 2018

    NY Judge Again Denies Papa John's Drivers Class Cert.

    Papa John's drivers lost a second attempt at class certification in their suit accusing the pizza chain of underpaying them in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act when a New York federal judge ruled Thursday they hadn't shown the underpayment was part of a companywide policy.

  3. May 01, 2017

    Papa John's Drivers Renew Cert. Bid In FLSA Suit

    Papa John's delivery drivers accusing the pizza chain of underpaying them in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act renewed their bid for conditional class certification Sunday, telling a New York federal judge they can show Papa John's had a common policy to under-reimburse drivers regardless of whether the stores were corporate-owned or franchised.

  4. March 31, 2017

    Judge Says No Class Cert. For Papa John's Drivers

    A New York federal judge has denied conditional certification to a nationwide class of Papa John's International Inc. delivery drivers, saying evidence that a few dozen corporate stores and two franchisees may underpay workers is not enough to certify a class spanning more than 3,300 restaurants.

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