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Welcome to the Wordlaw v. Enterprise Leasing BIPA Settlement Website.
Wordlaw v. Enterprise Leasing Company of Chicago, LLC et al., No. 20-cv-03200
You may be entitled to a cash payment from a class action settlement if you scanned your finger for timekeeping purposes while working for Enterprise Leasing Company of Chicago, LLC or Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company Midwest, LLC in Illinois between April 3, 2015, and January 3, 2023.
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A proposed settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit against Enterprise Leasing Company of Chicago, LLC and Enterprise Holdings, Inc. (“Defendants”) regarding the use of timekeeping systems in Illinois that allegedly required their employees to scan their fingers for timekeeping purposes without prior written consent, purportedly in violation of the law. The case is Wordlaw v. Enterprise Leasing Company of Chicago, LLC, et al., Case No. 20-cv-03200, currently pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The proposed Settlement is not an admission of wrongdoing by Defendants, and Defendants expressly deny that they violated the law. The Court has not decided who is right or wrong. Rather, to save the time, expense, and uncertainty of litigation, the Parties have agreed to settle the lawsuit.
This website is provided as a service to eligible settlement class members. The information provided is in summary form and is not intended as a complete explanation of your rights. For full and complete information, you are directed to carefully review the Notice.
|You May:||Effect of Choosing the Option:||Due Date:|
|ACCEPT THE SETTLEMENT||To accept the Settlement and receive payment from the Settlement Fund, you do not have to do anything. If the Court approves the Settlement, the Settlement Administrator will automatically send a check to your last known mailing address.|
|EXCLUDE YOURSELF||You may exclude yourself from the Settlement. If you do so, you will not receive any cash payment, but you will not release any claims you may have against the Released Parties (as that term is defined in the Settlement Agreement) and are free to pursue whatever legal rights you may have by pursuing your own lawsuit against the Released Parties at your own risk and expense. Detailed instructions on how to exclude yourself can be found in the Notice.||April 10, 2023
|OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT||If you wish to object to the Settlement, you must submit your objection in writing to the Clerk of the Court. Detailed instructions on how to file an objection can be found in the Notice.||April 10, 2023|