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IMPORTANT UPDATE: April 23, 2010
We are very glad to announce that, with a slight change to our request, the court granted our motion for final approval of the class settlement at the hearing on Friday, April 23, 2010.
We will continue to inform you of further developments, and again, thank you again for your patience.
We hope to have the order of the court up on our website within the next few days.
As always, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please call us at 626.795.0205. Thanks for your patience.
And, if you would be so kind, would you please tell your friends who are also in the class of this event? We'd be very grateful.
PLEASE NOTE: This case ONLY involved certain employees of Getronics who worked for Getronics in CALIFORNIA, as set forth in the complaint. While we have been informed that there is at least one other lawsuit involving Getronics, our case only related to people who had worked in California.
Update: March 8th, 2010
The court has again continued the hearing for the motion for final approval, now scheduled for April 23, 2010.
At the hearing on Monday, Judge Alarcon indicated he desired further information in regard to the settlement, in addition to what had already been provided.
We will continue to inform you of further developments, and again, thank you for your patience.
As always, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please call us at 626.795.0205.
Thanks for your patience.
On September 21, 2009, both sides appeared in court before the Honorable Gregory Alarcon, Judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, for a hearing in the case of Peter Silva, Gustavo Guzman, Paul Lass, Jr., Jeff S. McGill, Thomas R. Mundy and Stanley G. Settle v. Getronics, NV, etc., case no BC368049. At that hearing, the court granted preliminary approval of our settlement of that case.
If you are unsure whether you are a class member, and believe that to be the case, we recommend you contact your former employer to ask about your status if you wish to pursue a claim. If you intend to do that, it may assist you to have ready your dates of employment, your employee number, the location(s) of your employment, and the names of your fellow employees who you believe to already be part of the case when you make such a call.
We also advise that you recommend that your fellow employees, who may have worked for Getronics during the previous six years, inquire as to whether they may be part of this case. Because of the fact of mergers, relocations, changes of address, and so on, it can only assist you and your fellow employees to try to protect your rights in regard to this class action.
Please note: plaintiff’s counsel DO NOT have the names and addresses of the class members. Therefore your assistance in contacting those people, and having them contact us and/or the claims administrator, might go a long way to helping out someone with whom you have worked or are currently working.
We are grateful for your patience in regard to this class action. Should you have any questions, please contact us. Thanks very much.The Law Offices of Thomas W. Falvey
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