Subway has proposed a settlement in a class action lawsuit that could affect everyone who bought a sandwich between Jan. 1, 2003 and Oct. 2, 2015.
The litigation stemmed from complaints by customers that the Subway Six Inch and Footlong sandwiches were not six and 12-inches long as marketed by the company, which was founded in Bridgeport, Conn., and is now based in Milford, Conn.
In a press release, Subway says it has agreed to make certain practice changes as part of the proposed settlement.
A federal court must approve the settlement before it becomes final. The Court has scheduled a Settlement Fairness Hearing for Jan. 15, 2016 and set Dec. 16, 2015 as the deadline for filing objections to the settlement.
Information and instructions, including information about the practice changes, and the attorney’s fees and class representative service awards sought, the release of claims, and how to object to the settlement, are available at the settlement website at http://www.subsettlement.com/
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