Court decertifies class action by Domino’s drivers

8th Circuit said plaintiffs don’t have enough in common to make up a class

Domino’s Pizza drivers who sued the company for mishandling their tips were dealt a blow yesterday by a federal appeals court.

The 8th Circuit decertified the class action that 1,600 Domino’s Pizza delivery drivers filed, saying they didn’t have enough in common for class certification. The court, citing Wal-Mart Stores v. Dukes in its ruling, knocked down a federal court ruling in November 2011 that certified the class.


Cathleen Flahardy

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