LOS ANGELES Class-action certification has been granted in a wage-and-hour lawsuit involving potentially 900 former workers for a Papa John’s Pizza franchisee in Los Angeles County. The U.S. District Court for Central California here last week granted class-action status to the case, which was filed against franchisee PJ United, based in Birmingham, Ala., and its subsidiary holding company PJ Cheese, which operated 14 Papa John’s units in Los Angeles County. The units, however, ...

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