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Singleton v. Domino’s Pizza LLC Settlement

Singleton v. Domino’s Pizza LLC Class Action has reached a settlement after extensive negotiations. If you applied for employment or were employed with Domino’s Pizza LLC, your legal rights may be affected and you probably receive compensation from the Settlement.

Singleton v. Domino’s Pizza LLC Settlement Instructions
On July 1st, 2011, Adrian Singleton and Justin D’ Heilly, two former employees of Domino’s Pizza LLC, filed a lawsuit against Domino’s, on behalf of themselves and everyone in a similar situation, for the violation of Fair Credit Reporting Act. The Plaintiffs allege that Domino’s procured consumer reports on existing and prospective employees by employing Background Investigation and Consent Form containing a liability release and took adverse employment actions against them based on the reports without the individuals noticed. Conversely, Domino’s denied Plaintiffs’ allegations and raised numerous defenses. Due to the neutral determination of the Court and mutual compromise of the Parities, a settlement is reached finally.

The proposed settlement classes include people who, between July 1, 2009 and April 30, 2013, inclusive, applied for employment or were employed with Domino’s Pizza LLC (“Domino’s”) and Domino’s procured or caused to be procured their consumer report on the basis of a consent form containing a liability release, and/or people who, during the same period, were subjected to an adverse employment action by Domino’s based on a consumer report to whom Domino’s did not send a pre-adverse action notice and/or a copy of their consumer report.

If the Settlement is ultimately approved by the Court in the Fairness Hearing at 9:30 a.m. on September 23, 2013, the Lead Plaintiffs and Settlement Class members will be accessible to payment. The total Settlement Fund is estimated as $2,500,000 and the amount distributed to any individual claimant will rely on the number and type of claims submitted.

Notably, the available payment also entails your submitting a properly-completely Claim Form, including your former and current names, address, telephone number, e-mail address, the last four digits of your Social Security Number and the certification under penalty of perjury, to the Settlement Administrator on or before August 26th, 2013.

You may exclude yourself by handing over your request for exclusion no later than July 27, 2013. If you feel like objecting the Settlement, you need to file objection with the Clerk of the Court by July 27, 2013.

Go to and download the Claim Form. Meanwhile, you may thoroughly learn the settlement by viewing the information and resources in the Notice and Court Documents. If you still have questions relate, please refer to FAQs.

About Domino’s
Domino’s, founded in 1960, is a chain of pizza restaurants. Its headquarter is in Ann Arbor Township, Michigan, United States. On May 12, 1983, Domino’s conducted the first international expansion, opening its first international store in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Today, it is the second largest pizza chain and number one all over the world.

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