Bayol v. Health-Ade LLC et al

Filing 58

FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on October 11, 2019. (mmclc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 10/11/2019)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 11 12 13 GABRIELA BAYOL and BRUCE VERBECK, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, 14 15 16 17 18 Case No. 3:18-cv-01462 MMC FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT Judge: Hon. Maxine M. Chesney v. HEALTH-ADE LLC, and WHOLE FOODS MARKET CALIFORNIA, INC., Defendants. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 WHEREAS, the Parties have entered into the Stipulation of Class Action Settlement, with 2 its attached exhibits (collectively, the “Agreement”), signed and filed with this Court on March 3 15, 2019, to settle Bayol, et al. v Health-Ade LLC, et al., Case No. 3:18-cv-01462 MMC, and 4 Gonzalez, et al. v. Health-Ade LLC, Case No. 3:18-1836 MMC, pending in the United States 5 District Court for the Northern District of California (collectively, the “Action”). 6 WHEREAS, by Order dated April 26, 2019 (the “Preliminary Approval Order”), this 7 Court granted preliminary approval of the proposed class action settlement between the parties in 8 the Action, ordering the dissemination of Class Notice to potential Class Members, providing 9 potential Class Members with an opportunity either to exclude themselves from the Class or to 10 object to the proposed settlement, and issuing related Orders. 11 WHEREAS, the Court also preliminarily certified a Class, for settlement purposes only, 12 approved the procedure for giving notice and forms of notice, and set a Fairness Hearing to take 13 place on October 11, 2019. On that date, the Court held a duly noticed Fairness Hearing to 14 consider: (1) whether the terms and conditions of the Agreement are fair, reasonable, and 15 adequate; (2) whether a judgment should be entered dismissing Plaintiffs’ complaint on the merits 16 and with prejudice in favor of Defendants and the Released Parties and against all persons who 17 are Class Members pursuant and subject to the terms of the Agreement; (3) whether and in what 18 amount to award Incentive Awards to Plaintiffs; and (4) whether and in what amount to award 19 Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses to Plaintiffs’ Counsel. 20 WHEREAS, the Court, having considered the papers submitted by the Parties and by all 21 other persons who timely submitted papers in accordance with the Preliminary Approval Order, 22 and having heard oral presentations by the Parties and all persons who complied with the 23 Preliminary Approval Order, and based on all of the foregoing, together with this Court’s 24 familiarity with the Action, it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED as 25 follows: 26 1. Use of Capitalized Terms. Except where otherwise noted, all capitalized terms 27 used in this Final Order Approving Class Action Settlement shall have the meanings attributed to 28 them in the Agreement. 1 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 2. Incorporation of Other Documents. This Final Order Approving Class Action 2 Settlement incorporates and makes a part hereof: (a) the Agreement, including all amendments 3 and exhibits thereto, and definitions included therein, which was signed and filed with this Court 4 on March 15, 2019; (b) the briefs, affidavits, declarations, and other materials filed in support of 5 the Settlement and Plaintiffs’ Counsel’s request for an award of Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses; 6 (c) the record at the Fairness Hearing; (d) the documents listed on the docket sheet or otherwise 7 submitted to the Court; and (e) all prior proceedings in the Action. 8 9 3. Jurisdiction. The Court has personal jurisdiction over the Parties, and because due, adequate, and practicable notice has been disseminated and all potential Class Members have 10 been given the opportunity to exclude themselves from or object to this Settlement, the Court has 11 personal jurisdiction over all Class Members (as defined below and in the Agreement). The 12 Court has subject matter jurisdiction over the claims asserted in the Action pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 13 §§ 1332 and 1367, including, without limitation, jurisdiction to approve the proposed Settlement 14 and the Agreement and all exhibits attached thereto, grant final certification of the Class for 15 settlement purposes, settle and release all claims arising out of the transactions alleged in this 16 Action, dismiss the Action on the merits and with prejudice, and issue related orders. The Court 17 finds that venue is proper in this district pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1391. 18 4. Final Class Certification for Settlement Purposes Only. The Class preliminarily 19 certified by this Court is hereby finally certified, for settlement purposes only, under Fed. R. Civ. 20 P. 23(a), (b)(2), (b)(3), and (c)(2), the Court finding that the Class fully satisfies all the applicable 21 requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 23 and due process. The Class shall consist of all persons in the 22 United States and United States Territories who purchased at retail one or more of the Subject 23 Products during the Class Period. Specifically excluded from the Class are: (a) Defendants, their 24 employees, principals, officers, directors, agents, affiliated entities legal representatives, 25 successors, and assigns; (b) the judges to whom the Action has been or is assigned and any 26 members of their immediate families; (c) those who purchased the Subject Products for the 27 purpose of resale; and (d) all consumers who have filed a timely Request for Exclusion from the 28 Class. The “Subject Products” at issue in the Settlement are all flavors of Health-Ade’s 2 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 Kombucha, including but not limited to the following flavors: Beet; Blood Orange-Carrot-Ginger; 2 California Grape; Cayenne Cleanse; Ginger-Lemon; Holiday Cheers; Jalapeño-Kiwi-Cucumber; 3 Maca-Berry; Matcha+Cold Brew Coffee; The Original; Pink Lady Apple; Plum; Pomegranate; 4 Power Greens; Reishi-Chocolate; and Sweet Thorn. 5 5. Requests for Exclusion. The Court finds that no Class Members have submitted 6 timely and valid requests for exclusion from the Class, and, accordingly, all Class Members shall 7 be bound by this Final Order and the accompanying Final Judgment. 8 6. Adequacy of Representation. The Court designates Plaintiffs as representatives of 9 the Class, and finds that these Plaintiffs have adequately represented the Class for purposes of 10 entering into and implementing the Agreement. The Court appoints the law firm of Bursor & 11 Fisher, P.A. as counsel for the Class (“Plaintiffs’ Counsel”). For purposes of these settlement 12 approval proceedings only, the Court finds that Bursor & Fisher, P.A. are experienced and 13 adequate Plaintiffs’ Counsel. Plaintiff and Plaintiffs’ Counsel have satisfied the requirements of 14 Fed. R. Civ. P. 23(a)(4) and 23(g). 15 7. Class Notice. The Court finds that the dissemination of the Class Notice in 16 accordance with the terms of the Agreement and this Court’s Preliminary Approval Order, as 17 described in the Settlement Administrator’s Declaration filed before the Fairness Hearing, a copy 18 of which is incorporated herein and made a part hereof: 19 20 21 a. constituted the best practicable notice to Class Members under the circumstances of the Action; b. constituted notice that was reasonably calculated, under the circumstances, 22 to apprise Class Members of (i) the pendency of this class action; (ii) the terms of the proposed 23 Settlement; (iii) their rights under the proposed Settlement; (iv) their right to exclude themselves 24 from the Class and the proposed Settlement; (v) their right to object to any aspect of the proposed 25 Settlement (including, but not limited to, final certification of the Class, the fairness, 26 reasonableness or adequacy of the proposed Settlement, the adequacy of the Class’ representation 27 by Plaintiffs or Plaintiffs’ Counsel, and/or the award of attorneys’ fees and expenses and 28 representative awards); (vi) their right to appear at the Fairness Hearing—either on their own or 3 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 through counsel hired at their own expense—if they did not exclude themselves from the Class; 2 and (vii) the binding effect of the Orders and Final Judgment in this Action, whether favorable or 3 unfavorable, on all persons who did not request exclusion from the Class; 4 5 c. constituted notice that was reasonable, due, adequate, and sufficient to inform all persons and entities entitled to be provided with notice; and 6 d. constituted notice that fully satisfied all applicable requirements of the 7 Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including Rule 23(c)(2) and (e) of the Federal Rules of Civil 8 Procedure, the United States Constitution (including the Due Process Clause), the Rules of this 9 Court, and any other applicable law, and that complied with the Federal Judicial Center’s 10 11 illustrative class action notices. 8. CAFA Notice. The Court finds that Defendants provided notice of the proposed 12 Settlement to the appropriate state and federal government officials pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1715. 13 Furthermore, the Court has given the appropriate state and federal government officials the 14 requisite ninety (90) day time period (pursuant to the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 15 (“CAFA”), 28 U.S.C. § 1715(d)) to comment or object to the proposed settlement before entering 16 its Orders and Final Judgment, and no such objections or comments were received. 17 9. Final Settlement Approval. The terms and provisions of the Agreement, including 18 any and all amendments and exhibits, have been entered into in good faith and are hereby fully 19 and finally approved as fair, reasonable, and adequate as to, and in the best interests of, each of 20 the Parties and the Class Members, and in full compliance with all applicable requirements of the 21 Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, CAFA, the United States Constitution (including the Due 22 Process Clause), and any other applicable law. 23 24 25 The Court finds that the Agreement is fair, adequate, and reasonable based on the following factors, among other things: a. There was no fraud or collusion underlying this Settlement, and it was 26 reached as a result of extensive arm’s-length negotiations, occurring over the course of several 27 months. This included two mediations before Jill R. Sperber, Esq. of Judicate West on June 26, 28 2018 and October 4, 2018. See In re Bluetooth Headset Prods. Liab. Litig., 654 F.3d 935, 948 4 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 (9th Cir. 2011) (holding presence of a neutral mediator is a factor weighing in favor of a finding 2 of non-collusiveness). 3 b. The complexity, expense, and likely duration of the litigation favor 4 settlement—which provides meaningful benefits on a much shorter time frame than otherwise 5 possible—on behalf of the Settlement Class. See, e.g., Lane v. Facebook, Inc., 696 F.3d 811, 820 6 (9th Cir. 2012) (affirming the district court’s approval of a settlement where, inter alia, "the 7 immediate benefits represented by the Settlement outweighed the possibility—perhaps remote— 8 of obtaining a better result at trial”); Class Plaintiffs v. Seattle, 955 F.2d 1268, 1276 (9th Cir. 9 1992) (citing “strong judicial policy that favors settlements, particularly where complex class 10 action litigation is concerned”). Based on the stage of the proceedings and the amount of 11 investigation and discovery completed, the parties had developed a sufficient factual record to 12 evaluate their chances of success at trial and the proposed settlement. In addition, the parties 13 negotiated the benefits to the class before discussing Plaintiffs’ claim to attorneys’ fees. See In re 14 Apple Deriv. Litig., No. 06-4128, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108195, at *11-12 (N.D. Cal. Nov. 5, 15 2008) (finding parties’ negotiations free of collusion because, among other things, the parties 16 negotiated the benefits to the class before discussing attorneys’ fees); In re Midland Nat’l Life 17 Ins. Co. Annuity Sales Practices Litig., No. 07-1825, 2012 WL 5462665, at *2-3 (C.D. Cal. 18 Nov. 7, 2012) (same). 19 c. The support of Plaintiffs’ Counsel, who are experienced in class action 20 litigation such as this, and the Plaintiffs, who have participated in this litigation and evaluated the 21 proposed settlement, also favors final approval. See Class Plaintiffs, 955 F.2d at 1291 (holding, 22 in considering whether to approve class action settlement, courts should consider, inter alia, "the 23 experience and views of counsel"). 24 25 26 d. The Settlement provides meaningful relief to the Class, including cash relief, and injunctive relief, and certainly falls within the range of possible recoveries by the Class. There are no timely or valid objections to the Settlement. The Settlement is approved. 27 The Parties and Class Members are hereby directed to implement and consummate the Agreement 28 in accordance with its terms and provisions. Plaintiffs’ Counsel shall take all steps necessary and 5 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 appropriate to provide Class Members with the benefits to which they are entitled under the terms 2 of the Agreement. 3 10. 4 Settlement Consideration. a. As described in the Agreement, Defendants’ maximum financial 5 commitment under the Settlement shall be three million nine hundred ninety seven thousand and 6 five hundred dollars ($3,997,500.00). This amount shall include any Court-ordered Attorneys’ 7 Fees and Expenses, Plaintiffs’ incentive awards, any and all Settlement Administration Expenses, 8 and the monetary value of all cash awards paid to Class Members. The settlement fund shall be 9 administered and implemented by RG/2 Claims Administration LLC under the terms set forth in 10 the Agreement. Although bound by this Final Order and all terms expressed in the Agreement, 11 Whole Foods shall have no obligation to contribute any funds to the total financial commitment. 12 13 b. In addition, Health-Ade will implement the following changes in connection with the Subject Products: 14 (i) For a period beginning on the date the Agreement was executed 15 until 365 calendar days later, Health-Ade shall maintain on the labels of the Subject Products the 16 following statement: “Kombucha should not be consumed if left unrefrigerated for an extended 17 period of time. Pregnant/breast feeding? Consult your doctor. Due to natural fermentation, there 18 may be trace amounts of alcohol and small pieces of culture.” This Final Order will not prevent 19 Health-Ade from implementing label changes regarding the alcohol content of Health-Ade’s 20 products that are (a) reasonably necessary to comply with any statute, regulation, or other law of 21 any kind; (b) necessitated by product and/or ingredient changes; or (c) permitted by subsequent 22 statute, regulation, or case law concerning alcohol disclosures and/or alcohol warnings on food 23 and beverage labels. 24 (ii) No later than 120 days after the Effective Date, Health-Ade will 25 effectuate a formulation change that will control the variability of the alcohol and sugar content in 26 its products to ensure that the declared sugar and alcohol content on such products’ labels do not 27 vary to a greater extent than allowed by federal or state labeling standards. 28 6 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 (iii) To ensure that all such products continue to comply with federal 2 and state labeling standards, Health-Ade will regularly (every 120 days) test the sugar and alcohol 3 content of product samples drawn from every Subject Product line, using third-party laboratories. 4 If such testing reveals that the sugar or alcohol content of a product sample varies from the 5 declared sugar or alcohol content on that product’s label to a greater extent than allowed by 6 federal or state labeling standards, Health-Ade will repeat the testing for the product line at issue, 7 and, if variability is repeated, make formulation or label adjustments regarding sugar and/or 8 alcohol content. 9 11. Binding Effect. The terms of the Agreement and of this Final Order and the 10 accompanying Final Judgment shall be forever binding on the Parties and all Class Members, as 11 well as their heirs, guardians, executors, administrators, representatives, agents, attorneys, 12 partners, successors, predecessors-in interest, and assigns, and those terms shall have res judicata 13 and other preclusive effect in all pending and future claims, lawsuits or other proceedings 14 maintained by or on behalf of any such persons, to the extent those claims, lawsuits or other 15 proceedings involve matters that were or could have been raised in the Action or are otherwise 16 encompassed by the Release set forth in the Agreement. 17 12. Release. The following Release, which is also set forth in Section VII of the 18 Agreement, is expressly incorporated herein in all respects, including all defined terms used 19 therein, is effective as of the date of this Final Order and the accompanying Final Judgment, and 20 forever discharges the Released Parties from any claims or liabilities arising from or related to the 21 Release: 22 a. Upon the Effective Date, the Releasing Parties shall be deemed to have, 23 and by operation of the Final Order and Final Judgment shall have, fully, finally and forever 24 released, relinquished, and discharged all Released Claims against the Released Parties. In 25 connection with the Released Claims, each Releasing Party shall be deemed as of the Effective 26 Date to have expressly, knowingly, and voluntarily waived any and all provisions, rights, and 27 benefits conferred by Section 1542 of the California Civil Code, and any statute, rule, and legal 28 doctrine similar, comparable, or equivalent to Section 1542, which provides as follows: 7 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 4 A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS THAT THE CREDITOR OR RELEASING PARTY DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER FAVOR AT THE TIME OF EXECUTING THE RELEASE AND THAT, IF KNOWN BY HIM OR HER, WOULD HAVE MATERIALLY AFFECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE DEBTOR OR RELEASED PARTY. 5 b. 2 3 In connection with such waiver and relinquishment, the Releasing Parties 6 hereby acknowledge that they are aware that they or their attorneys may hereafter discover claims 7 or facts in addition to or different from those that they now know or believe exist with respect to 8 Released Claims, but that it is their intention to hereby fully, finally, and forever settle and release 9 all of the Released Claims, whether known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected, that they have 10 against the Released Parties. In furtherance of such intention, the Release herein given by the 11 Releasing Parties shall be and remain in effect as a full and complete general release 12 notwithstanding the discovery or existence of any such additional different claims or facts. Each 13 of the Releasing Parties expressly acknowledges that he/she/it has been advised by its attorney of 14 the contents and effect of Section 1542, and with knowledge, each of the Parties hereby expressly 15 waives whatever benefits he/she/it may have had pursuant to such section. Plaintiffs and Class 16 Members are not releasing any claims for personal injuries. Plaintiffs acknowledge, and the Class 17 Members shall be deemed by operation of the Final Judgment to have acknowledged, that the 18 foregoing waiver was separately bargained for and constitutes a material element of the 19 Settlement of which this Release is a part. 20 13. Permanent Injunction. All Class Members and/or their representatives are hereby 21 permanently barred and enjoined from bringing, filing, commencing, prosecuting, maintaining, 22 intervening in, participating in, continuing or receiving any benefits from, as class members or 23 otherwise, any lawsuit (including putative class actions), arbitration, administrative, regulatory or 24 other proceeding in any jurisdiction that is covered by the Release. All Class Members and all 25 persons in active concert or participation with Class Members are permanently barred and 26 enjoined from organizing or soliciting the participation of any Class Members who did not timely 27 exclude themselves from the Class into a separate class or group for purposes of pursuing a 28 putative class action, any claim or lawsuit in any jurisdiction that is covered by the Release. 8 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1651(a) and 2283, the Court finds that issuance of this permanent 2 injunction is necessary and appropriate in aid of the Court’s continuing jurisdiction and authority 3 over the Action. However, Class Members do not waive their right to contact, in any way or for 4 any purpose, any state or federal agency regarding the activities of any Party, nor do they waive 5 any right to enjoy any benefits obtained by a state or federal agency. 6 14. Enforcement of Settlement. Nothing in this Final Order or in the accompanying 7 Final Judgment shall preclude any action to enforce the terms of the Agreement; nor shall 8 anything in this Final Order or in the accompanying Final Judgment preclude Plaintiffs or other 9 Class Members from participating in the claims process described in the Agreement if they are 10 11 entitled to do so under the terms of the Agreement. 15. Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses and Plaintiffs’ Incentive Awards. The Court is 12 concurrently issuing a separate Order with respect to Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses and the 13 Incentive Awards to the representative Plaintiffs, entitled Final Order Approving Attorneys’ Fees 14 and Expenses and Incentive Awards. 15 16. Modification of Settlement Agreement. The Parties are hereby authorized, without 16 needing further approval from the Court, to agree to written amendments, modifications, or 17 expansions of the Agreement and its implementing documents (including all exhibits) without 18 further notice to the Class or approval by the Court if such changes are consistent with this Final 19 Order and the accompanying Final Judgment and do not materially alter, reduce, or limit the 20 rights of Class Members under the Agreement. 21 17. Retention of Jurisdiction. The Court has jurisdiction to enter this Final Order, the 22 Final Order Approving Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses and Incentive Awards, and the 23 accompanying Final Judgment. Without in any way affecting the finality of these Final Orders 24 and/or the accompanying Final Judgment, this Court expressly retains jurisdiction as to all 25 matters relating to the administration, consummation, enforcement, and interpretation of the 26 Agreement, and of these Final Orders and the accompanying Final Judgment, and for any other 27 necessary purpose, including, without limitation (see Kokkonen v. Guardian Life Ins. Co. of Am., 28 511 U.S. 375, 381-82 (1994)): 9 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 a. enforcing the terms and conditions of the Agreement and resolving any 2 disputes, claims or causes of action that, in whole or in part, are related to or arise out of the 3 Agreement, this Final Order, the Final Order Approving Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses and 4 Incentive Awards, or the accompanying Final Judgment (including, without limitation, whether a 5 person or entity is or is not a Class Member; and whether claims or causes of action allegedly 6 related to this case are or are not barred by this Final Order and the accompanying Final 7 Judgment; and whether persons or entities are enjoined from pursuing any claims against 8 Defendants); 9 b. entering such additional Orders, if any, as may be necessary or appropriate 10 to protect or effectuate this Final Order, the Final Order Approving Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses 11 and Incentive Awards, the accompanying Final Judgment, and the Agreement (including, without 12 limitation, orders enjoining persons or entities from pursuing any claims against Defendants), or 13 dismissing all claims on the merits and with prejudice, and permanently enjoining Class Members 14 from initiating or pursuing related proceedings, or to ensure the fair and orderly administration of 15 this settlement; and 16 c. entering any other necessary or appropriate Orders to protect and effectuate 17 this Court’s retention of continuing jurisdiction; provided, however, that nothing in this paragraph 18 is intended to restrict the ability of the Parties to exercise their rights as provided in the 19 Agreement. 20 18. No Admissions. Neither this Final Order, the accompanying Final Judgment, nor 21 the Agreement (nor any other document referred to herein, nor any action taken to carry out this 22 Final Order or the accompanying Final Judgment) is, may be construed as, or may be used as an 23 admission or concession by or against Defendants or the Released Parties of the validity of any 24 claim or defense or any actual or potential fault, wrongdoing, or liability whatsoever or the 25 propriety of class certification. Defendants continue to deny that the Action meets the requisites 26 for class certification under Fed. R. Civ. P. 23 for any purpose other than settlement. Entering 27 into or carrying out the Agreement, and any negotiations or proceedings related to it, shall not in 28 any event be construed as, or deemed evidence of, an admission or concession as to Defendants’ 10 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT 1 denials or defenses and shall not be offered or received in evidence in any action or proceeding 2 against any Party hereto in any court, administrative agency, or other tribunal for any purpose 3 whatsoever, except as evidence of the Settlement or to enforce the provisions of this Final Order 4 and the accompanying Final Judgment and the Settlement Agreement; provided, however, that 5 this Final Order, the accompanying Final Judgment, and the Agreement may be filed in any 6 action by or against Defendants or Released Parties to support a defense of res judicata or 7 collateral estoppel. 8 19. Dismissal of Action. The Action (including all individual and Class claims 9 presented therein) are hereby dismissed on the merits and with prejudice, without fees or costs to 10 any Party except as otherwise provided in this Final Order, the Final Order Approving Attorneys’ 11 Fees and Expenses and Incentive Awards, the accompanying Final Judgment, and the Agreement. 12 20. Occurrence of Terminating Conditions. In the event that the Effective Date does 13 not occur, certification shall be automatically vacated and this Final Order, the Final Order 14 Approving Attorneys’ Fees and Expenses and Incentive Awards, and the accompanying Final 15 Judgment, and all other orders entered and releases delivered in connection herewith, shall be 16 vacated and shall become null and void. 17 18 19 DATED: October 11, 2019 _______________________________ The Honorable Maxine M. Chesney UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 11 [PROPOSED] FINAL ORDER APPROVING CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT

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