SHOT LIST:

1. Wide shot of a Subway store in Atlanta. GA

2. CU of the Subway store sign

3. Medium of workers making sandwiches inside a Subway

4. CU of sandwich with a ruler measuring the length

5. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) VIC WARMSBY / SUBWAY CUSTOMER

6. CU of sandwich as camera pans slowly

7. Medium of sandwich being measured

8. Natural sound break of sandwich being wrapped

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) ADAM SOLOMON / ADVERTISING ATTORNEY / OLSHAN FROME WOLOSKY LLP.

10. Exterior of a Subway as customers walk in

11. Medium of customers ordering sandwiches

12. CU of a sandwich and camera tracks down and over

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) ADAM SOLOMON / ADVERTISING ATTORNEY / OLSHAN FROME WOLOSKY LLP.

14. Exterior of a Subway store and shots tracks down to a customer

15. Medium of a pan on wrapped up foot longs

[VOICE-OVER]

TWO NEW JERSEY MEN SUED SUBWAY SANDWICHES THIS WEEK, CLAIMING THE WORLDS BIGGEST FAST-FOOD CHAIN HAS BEEN SHORTING THEM BY SELLING SO-CALLED FOOTLONG SUBS THAT MEASURE LESS THAN 12 INCHES.

[SOT: VIC WARMSBY / SUBWAY CUSTOMER]

"I THINK IT'S A FRIVOLOUS LAWSUIT, THE SANDWICHES ARE ALREADY BIG ENOUGH AND I THINK THERE ARE MANY OTHER THINGS WE COULD FOCUS ON THAT ARE MUCH MORE IMPORTANT."

[VOICE-OVER]

THE LAWYER FOR THE TWO MEN SUING SAID HIS CLIENTS HAD SANDWICHES FROM 17 SHOPS MEASURED AND EVERY SINGLE ONE CAME UP SHORT.

[SOT: ADAM SOLOMON / ADVERTISING ATTORNEY / OLSHAN FROME WOLOSKY LLP.]

"DOES SUBWAY HAVE ANY TYPE OF TRACK RECORD OR PRECEDENT TO SHOW THAT IN FACT THERE SUBS ARE 12 INCHES?"

[VOICE-OVER]

THE LAWSUIT CLAIMS IT IS A "DECEPTIVE PRACTICE FOR SUBWAY TO ADVERTISE IT'S LARGE SANDWICH AS A FOOTLONG."

SUBWAY HAS ISSUED A STATEMENT SAYING THAT THE SANDWICH LENGTH CAN VARY A BIT WHEN FRANCHISES DO NOT BAKE TO THE EXACT CORPORATE STANDARDS.

[SOT: ADAM SOLOMON / ADVERTISING ATTORNEY / OLSHAN FROME WOLOSKY LLP.]

"COMPANIES HAVE THEIR ADVERTISING FREQUENTLY REVIEWED BY LAWYERS. IT'S IMPORTANT THAT A COMPANY ENSURE THAT IT'S CLAIMS ARE WELL SUBSTANTIATED."

[VOICE-OVER]

THE TWO NEW JERSEY MEN ARE ASKING FOR COMPENSATORY DAMAGES AND A CHANGE IN SUBWAY'S PRACTICES

ROBERT RAY, ASSOCIATED PRESS, ATLANTA, GEORGIA