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Papa John's Former Chairman Testifies in Delaware Chancery Court

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Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press) Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press)

WILMINGTON, Del.- Former Papa John's CEO and Chairman John Schnatter got his day in court on Monday --- in Delaware's Court of Chancery.

Schnatter testified in Wilmington against his former board of directors in his battle to obtain documents tied to his departure as chairman.

Schnatter left the Kentucky-based company following a report by Forbes that said Schnatter used a racial slur during a conference call.

There was no ruling made Monday by Chancellor Andre Bouchard.

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