A U.S. District Court judge in Seattle has certified a class-action lawsuit against Papa John’s International Inc., calling for as much as $250 million in damages for the alleged transmission of 500,000 text messages to consumers who claim they did not consent to receive such texts. Three named Papa John’s customers and potentially many more are suing the Louisville, Ky.-based operator or franchisor of 4,000 Papa John’s Pizza restaurants for allegedly violating the ...

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