Lululemon Exits ZIP Code Collection Suit With $25 Credits

By Andrew Scurria (November 7, 2013, 1:21 PM EST) -- Athletic clothing maker Lululemon USA Inc. will escape a class action alleging it collected customers' personally identifying information at points of sale in California by furnishing a $25 voucher to up to 14,000 claimants, under a settlement preliminarily approved on Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel gave the green light to disseminate notice of the September agreement, calling it a reasonable compromise reached after arms-length negotiations by knowledgeable counsel. The deal allows each member of a class estimated at 13,912 to apply for $25 individual credit vouchers and provides $155,000 in attorneys' fees that Lululemon will not contest.

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