Ever feel inadequate when it comes to length? Well, if you're talking about your Subway Footlong, you can finally lunch with the confidence of knowing you'll get all 12 inches of your sandwich as promised, now that a judge has finalized a settlement in a class-action lawsuit against the the massive sub chain. For any other inadequacies, you should probably see a therapist.
Following preliminary approval last October, a judge signed off on the settlement late last week, which requires Subway to cough up $520,000 in attorneys fees, according to a report by the Associated Press. Under the agreement, Subway promised to take steps over the next four years to make sure its bread measures 12in long as the Footlong monicker advertises, potentially requiring workers to use measuring devices.