Courier-Post covers the Subway ‘footlong’ settlement.
A South Jersey law firm has come up short in a dispute over Subway’s Footlong sandwiches.
DeNittis Osefchen Prince P.C. of Evesham was expected to share in a $520,000 payment by the restaurant chain, a sum intended to settle a class-action lawsuit over the actual length of Subway’s six- and 12-inch sandwiches.
The settlement was challenged on appeal by Theodore Frank, director of the Center for Class Action Fairness and a Subway customer.
The center described the ruling as “a win for consumers.”
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