Petco Applicants Seek OK Of $1.2M Background Check Deal
Law360 (April 20, 2018, 8:44 PM EDT) -- Two applicants who hit Petco with a proposed class action accusing it of hiding the authorization that allows it to run credit checks on job seekers asked a California federal judge Friday to preliminarily approve a $1.2 million settlement with the retailer.
Named plaintiffs Jacklyn Feist and Angelica Zimmer said the proposed deal would establish a $1.2 million settlement fund from which the majority of the estimated 37,279 class members would receive about $20 per person. They said the proposed settlement provides “excellent relief that is well within the range of reasonableness and should be preliminarily approved.”
Zimmer and Feist sued...
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