Papa John's: Federal Court certifies nationwide class action for spam messages On Nov. 9, U.S. District Court Judge John C. Coughenour certified a nationwide class action case against Papa John's International (PZZA) with potential damages over $250M. The lawsuit is brought on behalf of Papa John's customers across the U.S. who were sent unwanted text messages that advertised Papa John's pizza. The ruling paves the way for what could be one of the largest damages awards ever recovered under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The class action lawsuit contends that 500,000 illegal text messages were sent to Papa John's customers across the country. Papa John's customers could be awarded $500 or more in statutory damages for each text message.
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Papa John's board approves $100M increase in repurchase plan Papa John's disclosed in a regulatory filing that on December 5, the board of the company approved an increase of $100M in the amount of the company’s common stock that may be repurchased by the company from time to time through December 31, 2014. Approximately $125.7M remains available for repurchase under the increased authorization.