Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. Data Security Litigation

Welcome to the Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. Data Security Litigation Settlement Website

A settlement (the “Settlement”) has been proposed with Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. (“Arby’s”) in lawsuits asserting claims against Arby’s relating to a data security incident that occurred between October 8, 2016 and January 12, 2017, arising from a third-party criminal cyberattack affecting certain of Arby’s corporate-owned restaurants involving the placement of malware on point of sale systems targeting customers’ payment card information (the “Data Breach”). Arby’s denies all of the claims. The Settlement does not establish who is correct and is not an admission of fault, but rather is a compromise to end the lawsuit.

The Settlement includes, subject to certain limitations, all residents of the United States who used a debit or credit card to make a purchase at an affected Arby’s restaurant during its exposure window (“Settlement Class”).  Not all Arby’s corporate-owned restaurant locations were affected by the Data Breach; only certain restaurants were affected and at various times.  A list of impacted Arby’s restaurants and the exposure window of the Data Breach for each affected location is available here or under the Case Documents tab of this website.

The Settlement makes certain members of the Settlement Class who submit valid claims eligible to receive cash payment for certain documented unreimbursed out-of-pocket expenses and time spent that resulted from the Data Breach. The Settlement also provides to all members of the Settlement Class who are not already enrolled in an identity theft protection service the eligibility to enroll in up to 24 months of free identity theft protection services from Experian.


Submit a Claim

Submit a claim by July 13, 2019. This is the only way to get benefits under this Settlement.

Ask to be Excluded

Ask to be excluded by March 29, 2019. Get no benefits. This is the only option that allows you to bring your own lawsuit against Arby’s related to the Data Breach.


Write to the Court about why you do not think the Settlement is fair, reasonable, or adequate by March 29, 2019. You may also write to the court to object to the motion for attorneys' fees, costs, expenses, and service awards by May 21, 2019.

Go to the Hearing        

Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement at the hearing scheduled on June 4, 2019.

Do Nothing

Get no benefits from the Settlement. Give up rights to submit a claim for the Settlement benefits or to bring a different lawsuit against Arby’s related to the Data Breach.