Settlement Structure: Claims Made
Active: OpenCase Summary:
Converse, Inc. is spending $450,000 to settle a class action alleging it violated wage and hour provisions in regard to current and former nonexempt employees who worked at either of its two California warehouses. The complaint claimed that the company should pay back wages, Section 203 penalties, restitution, and other costs of the suit.Docket Number:
Company: Converse, Inc.
Filing Deadline: January 1, 2100
Class Period: May 29, 2016 to April 21, 2022
Objection Deadline: August 2, 2022
Exclusion Deadline: August 2, 2022
Final Approval Hearing: August 15, 2022Proof of Purchase:
You do not have to provide proof if you agree with the figures provided for you in the copy of the Notice sent to you. If you want to dispute the figures, you must do so by August 2, 2022 and provide documentation.Eligibility:
You may be eligible if you belong to either of the following classes:
- Class 1, Unpaid Wages Class: All nonexempt employees who worked at either of Converse’s two California warehouses, at any time between May 29, 2016 and April 21, 2022.
- Class 2, Section 203 Class: All members of Class 1 who, between May 29, 2017 and April 21, 2022, were voluntarily or involuntarily separated from their employment.Typical Settlement Amount:
One-third of the net settlement amount will go to members of Class 1, distributed according to a formula based on each member’s gross earnings. Two-thirds will go to members of Class 2, on a pro-rata basis. Thirty percent of the amount paid to class members shall be considered wages and will be reported as required by law. Seventy percent will be considered interest or penalties and will be reported on a Form 1099 MISC.
Total Settlement Amount: $450,000Class Representative Proposed Incentive Fee:
Dion-Kindem Law Firm
The Blanchard Law Group APC
Case Name: Campos v. Converse, Inc.
Settlement Website: Converse Wage and Hour Settlement Website
CPT Group, Inc.
Campos v. Converse, Inc.
c/o CPT Group, Inc.
50 Corporate Park
Irvine, CA 92606