SuperAmerica Agrees To $3.5M Deal To End TCPA Suit

By Joyce Hanson (February 10, 2017, 1:59 PM EST) -- A putative class of consumers suing SuperAmerica, a popular convenience store chain, asked a Minnesota federal judge on Thursday for preliminary approval for a $3.5 million deal to settle their Telephone Consumer Protection Act claims.

The parties, including SuperAmerica and lead plaintiff Alex Soular, agreed that in final settlement of all TCPA and similar state law claims, SuperAmerica's payment will be up to a maximum of $3.5 million and a minimum of $2 million in cash awards of $50 per class member and in-store awards of $50 per member, as well as settlement costs such as claims administration costs and court-awarded...

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