Domino’s Pizza Faces Lawsuit For Allegedly Keeping Delivery Charges of 1,600 Drivers
It looks like Domino’s has a little more on their plate than just pizza in Minnesota. Allegedly, Domino’s Pizza is facing a federal class-certified lawsuit for unlawfully keeping the delivery charges paid by their customers. The charges, according to the lawsuit, should have rightfully been given to all 1,600 drivers who have been employed at Domino’s from March 6, 2006 through February 28, 2010.
The Domino’s customers believed that the charges were going directly to the driver, which according to the lawsuit, is Minnesota law for the company to give the money to the drivers. The outcome of this case could majorly impact the decision of other cases in Minnesota that Pizza Hut, Papa Johns Pizza, and delivery drivers.
Represented by E. Michelle Drake, Matthew H. Morgan, Matthew C. Helland and Paul J. Lukas of the Nichols Kaster, PLLP law firm, the case is titled Luiken, et. al. v. Domino’s Pizza if you’d like to stay current with the issue.
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