Arbitration On The Menu In Grubhub Commissions Suit

By Joyce Hanson (June 23, 2021, 9:41 PM EDT) -- A restaurant company's Illinois federal court suit against Grubhub claiming it charges 10% to 20% commissions on phone calls even if they don't result in takeout or delivery orders has been terminated, after the parties indicated they're heading to arbitration.

Lead plaintiff Zay Toon Inc., a Nevada corporation that owns and operates Zaytoon Restaurant & Market in Las Vegas, dismissed its proposed class action against Grubhub Inc. and its holding company with prejudice on Tuesday. The same day, an entry in the court docket confirmed the civil case has been terminated.

Zay Toon and Grubhub jointly moved May 14 for a...

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