www.PizzaSettlement.com – Domino’s Pizza Robo-Call Class Lawsuit

Pizza is the topic of today’s class action lawsuit settlement. Domino’s Pizza are in some trouble over claims that they used robo-calls (aka pre-recorded phone advertisements) to reach customers cell phones without consent. The case is entitled Spillman v. Domino’s Pizza LLC and RPM Pizza LLC and is in the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the District of Louisiana. The lawsuit claims that Domino’s was in violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act when making these advertisement calls without customers authorization. The Defendants (Domino’s Pizza and RPM Pizza LLC) deny they violated the law but have agreed to a settlement amount of $9.75 million pending a fairness hearing. Class members in the lawsuit are considered as anyone in the states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi who received a robo-call on their cell phone by or on behalf of RPM advertising Domino’s pizza between the dates of May 20, 2006 to May 20, 2010. If you are unsure if your part of the settlement you may call toll free 1-877-552-1288 for more information. There will be two classes under the Pizza Settlement and they include the Merchandise Voucher Sub-Class and the Monetary Sub-Class. The Settlement under the Merchandise Voucher class include a voucher for one large one topping pizza which is in store pick up only. The settlement under the Monetary class includes a cash payment of up to $15. The monetary class is thought to contain about 400,000 members.

All claim forms MUST be field by May 4, 2013 in order to be eligible for any type of settlement. PizzaSettlement.com provides the claim form which can be filed online or mailed to:

Pizza Settlement
P.O. Box 2881
Faribault, MN 55021-8681

All class members who file claims in the lawsuit will be represented by the following court appointed lawyers: Philip Bohrer of Bohrer Law Firm, LLC, and Christopher K. Jones and John P. Wolff, III of Keogh, Cox & Wilson, Ltd.

A settlement fairness hearing will be held on March 12, 2013 at 11am to determine the fairness of the settlement terms. This date and time are subject to change. The hearing will be held at 777 Florida Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801 and will be heard by the honorable Judge Riedlinger. More information about the case to include lawsuit documents can be found at the class administrators website.

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