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If you or your company is engaged in the business of the retail sale of automobiles in the United States and use a Dealer Management System ("DMS") or Data Integration Service ("DIS") from CDK Global LLC ("CDK"), or The Reynolds and Reynolds Company ("Reynolds"), you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
Did your dealership or Dealer Group purchase one or more Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicles via trade-in, from an auction or as off lease purchase(s) between June 19, 2014 and September 5, 2018? You may be eligible to recover repair costs or, receive a residual distribution from this settlement. FORD, LINCOLN & MERCURY Dealers are NOT ELIGIBLE for this Settlement.
A recent settlement for $2.67B has been entered into between the Plaintiffs and Individual Blue Plans and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. The Settlement provides monetary payments to qualifying class members who submit a valid claim.
Plaintiffs in this case, a class of direct purchasers, allege that JELD-WEN Inc and Masonite Corporation participated in a conspiracy to raise, fix, maintain, or stabilize prices for Interior Molded Doors in violation of federal law. The parties have agreed to settle their disputes for a total of $56 million and on October 8, 2020, Judge John A. Gibney, Jr. of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia granted preliminary approval of the settlement.
This lawsuit is about Keurig’s alleged anticompetitive conduct that excluded competitors from the market for coffee “k-cups” that are compatible with Keurig’s single-serve brewer. As a result, purchasers of Keurig’s products alleged that Keurig’s anticompetitive conduct caused them to pay supracompetitive prices for compatible cups.
If you or your company accepted any Visa-Branded Cards and/or MasterCard Branded Cards in the United States at any time from January 1, 2004 to January 25, 2019, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
The lawsuit is about the price of Loestrin 24 Fe and Minastrin 24 Fe and whether the manufacturer of these drugs and generic manufacturers impaired or delayed the availability of allegedly less expensive generic versions. End-Payor Plaintiffs claim that class members were injured as a result of the challenged conduct by paying more for Loestrin 24 Fe, Minastrin 24 Fe, and their generic equivalents. Defendants deny all these allegations. End-Payor Plaintiffs have agreed to Settlements with the Defendants.
If your Dealership or Dealer Group purchased one or more new motor vehicles from an OEM between 1990 and 2019, you may be eligible for a payment per vehicle.
If you Purchased or leased a 2011-2014 model year vehicle equipped with a MaxxForce 11 or 13 liter engine, you could get a payment from a class action settlement.
If you or your company purchased or leased one or more new motor vehicles between 1990 and 2019 or purchased qualifying replacement parts during this timeframe, you may be eligible for a payment per vehicle and/or part; If you own or operate an Automotive Dealership, you may be able to claim certain Demo Vehicles, Shuttle Vans, Loaners and Parts vehicles.
If you or your company purchased tantalum, aluminum or film capacitors indirectly from a distributor, and not from a defendant manufacturer between January 1st, 2002 through July 15th, 2016, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
If your Dealership or Dealer Group purchased one or more newly assembled Class 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 Trucks, Buses and/or Equipment from an OEM between January 1, 1999 and November 27, 2018, you may be eligible for a payment per vehicle.
If you or your company purchased insurance policies from certain Lloyd’s of London Syndicates are were a policyholder in the United States during certain timeframes, you may eligible to receive a payment.
If You or Your Company purchased a Computer, a Laptop Computer or Stand-Alone Device containing an Optical Disk Drive you may eligible to receive a payment.
If you or your company purchased a Lithium Ion Battery or Lithium Ion Battery Product indirectly in the United States for your own use, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
If your Dealership or Dealer Group purchased one or more new motor vehicles from an OEM between January 1, 1995 and November 16, 2017, you may be eligible for a payment per vehicle.
If you purchased Freight Forwarding services to transport by Air, Sea, Road, or Rail, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
If you or your company purchased passenger air transportation originating in the United States that included at least one flight segment to Asia, Australia, New Zealand, or the Pacific Islands between January 1, 2000 and December 1, 2016, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
If you or your company purchased a Lithium Ion Battery or Lithium Ion Battery Product in the United States directly from a defendant manufacturer, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.
If you purchased Linerboard, corrugated medium, corrugated sheets and corrugated products, including boxes and other containers directly from a defendant manufacturer, you may be entitled to a substantial payment.