In re: Subway Footlong Sandwich Mark’g & Sales Practices Litig., No. 2:13-md-2439 (E.D. Wis.): The Court issued an order granting final approval of class action settlement in multiple, consolidated putative class actions alleging that Defendant misrepresents its sub sandwiches as being a “foot long” or 12 inches, when in fact the sandwiches are materially shorter. The terms of the proposed settlement are: 1) Defendants will make certain franchise practice changes to ensure that bread sold to customers is either 6 or 12 inches long; 2) Defendants will pay no more than $525,000 in attorney fees, expenses, costs and incentive awards. We previously reported on this case here.