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Judges In Subway “Foot-Long Fraud” Appeal Ask Why Case Wasn’t Thrown Out Long Ago

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 7:17
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Consumerist discusses the Center for Class Action Fairness' appeal in the Subway Footlong settlement:

In February, noted class action critic — and Subway customer — Ted Frank appealed [PDF], arguing that the only benefits of the settlement to Subway customers are the company’s policy changes, which he claims are “worthless” because “Subway had already committed to fixing any problem with the lengths of its sandwiches in January 2013, and there was no evidence that the litigation and settlement added anything to that.”

In Frank’s view, the only people to benefit from the case are the ten law firms that will split the $520,000.

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Friday, September 9, 2016
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Source: https://cei.org/content/judges-subway-%E2%80%9Cfoot-long-fraud%E2%80%9D-appeal-ask-why-case-wasn%E2%80%99t-thrown-out-long-ago

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