Calif. Pizza Hut Drivers Win Cert. Over Car Reimbursement

Law360, Los Angeles (July 17, 2015, 9:01 PM EDT) -- A California judge has certified a subclass of Pizza Hut Inc. delivery drivers, saying their claim that the chain's vehicle reimbursement policy has cheated them out of at least $17 million is susceptible to common proof.

In a Wednesday order, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Amy Hogue approved a renewed motion for class certification from a driver subclass of plaintiffs, who first filed the suit against Pizza Hut in January 2008 alleging a range of claims, from failure to provide meal periods to unfair business practices.

At issue is the way the reimbursement amount for California drivers working for the national...

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