Claim a Warrany Extension and Cash in Sony Class Action Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who purchased/owned/received any Sony mobile device manufactured, sold, and/or distributed by Sony Mobile Communications in any state, the district of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.

*Excluded entities are detailed in the Long-Form Notice


Settlement Amount

Indistinguishable amount.


Proof of Purchase

Class members must provide specific information depending on type of claim:

  • Device Type
  • Submission Date
  • Facility
  • Description

All documents received from Sony rejecting or denying the claim must be included in members claims.

*Never send original documents with your claim.


Claim Form

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Important Dates

11/01/2017: Exclusion Deadline

11/01/2017: Objection Deadline

11/01/2017: Notice of Appearance Deadline

12/01/2017: Fairness Hearing

01/30/2018: Claim Form Deadline


Settlement Notes

  • Logan Lades and James Goddard v. Sony Mobile Communications (U.S.A.), Inc. and Sony Electronics, Inc.
  • Case No. 2:17-cv-2264-JFB-SIL
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

Class members of the Sony Water Intrusion class action lawsuit claim that the defense, Sony, misrepresented its devices as “waterproof”. Filings revolve around the believed violation of different consumer protection acts and other statutes. Logan Landes and James Goddard began the process in January 2016 and officially filed a class action complaint against Sony in April 2017. Plaintiffs sees nationwide reimbursements for the numerous advertising and marketing issues. Sony denies all allegations, but has agreed to a settlement which has been approved by the court.

Extended claim conditions may jeopardize some claims, but Sony agrees to provide warranty extensions, changes to packaging and advertising, and claim processes to previous water-related incidents. Warranties will be extended an additional 12 months for devices whose warranty was in effect at the date of the preliminary approval order, and six months for devices whose warranty was no longer in effect. Packaging and labels will be reissued within 90 days of the preliminary approval. Eligible class members who appear in Sony record a 50% of MSRP for applicable devices. Those not in Sony records will undergo a separate approval process before receiving the same compensation.

Involved class members will be represented by Nancy A. Kulesa and Shannon L. Hopkins (Levi & Korsinsky LLP).


Contact Information

Sony Mobile Communication Class Action Settlement Administrator

c/o Heffler Claims Group
PO Box 60257
Philadelphia, PA 19102-0257
Phone: 1-844-367-8807
Email: info@xperiawaterproofsettlement.com


Settlement Website

www.xperiawaterproofsettlement.com

Claim Cash or Voucher in Rooms to Go Protection Plan Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who purchased a minimum of one ForceField Fabric or Leather Protection Plan from Rooms to Go and associated affiliates, both online or in-store. This class does not incluve any ForceField Fabric or Leather Protection Plan sold for $8.00 or less.

*Rooms to Go’s records were used to identify initial class members.


Settlement Amount

Maximum of $13,500,000.


Proof of Purchase

Rooms to Go records were utilized and will continue to be used for verifying claims.


Claim Form

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Important Dates

11/17/2017: Exclusion Deadline

11/17/2017: Objection Deadline

12/15/2017: Fairness Hearing

01/15/2018: Claim Filing Deadline


Settlement Notes

  • Benjamin Hankinson, James Guerra, Jeanette Gandolfo, Lisa Palmer, Donald Anderson and Lisa Prihoda v. R.T.G. Furniture Corp., d/b/a Rooms to Go
  • Case No. 9:15-cv-81139-cohn/seltzer
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Class members of the Rooms to Go Protection Plan class action lawsuit contend that the defendant, Rooms to Go, failed to apply the leather or furniture protectors to pieces sold to customers. The breach of contract with protection plans working in addition to product sale is enough for the class to try receive some distribution. Rooms to Go denies any allegations and all liability, but has agreed to a settlement in an effort to avoid additional expenses and litigation.

Rooms to Go will be held accountable for up to $13,500,000 in total distributions. Qualifying class members have two options for their claim. A cash value up to 10% of the amount paid for protection plans may be received. This percentage does not include the amount paid for the furniture. Should total claims exceed the maximum amount, percentages will be prorated. Members may also claim a merchandise voucher worth up to 45% of the amount paid for the plans. Voucher value will not carry over between purchases after receipt.

Involved class members have the right to hire personal lawyers, but will receive representation from court appointed lawyers who will be paid via the settlement fund. The Class Counsel includes:

  • Douglas J. McNamara
  • Eric A. Kafka
  • Theodore J. Leopold
  • Leslie M. Kroeger
  • Diana L. Martin

*Firm: Cohen, Milstein, Sellers, & Toll PLLC


Contact Information

Rooms to Go Furniture Corp. Settlement Administrator

PO Box 404018
Louisville, KY 40233-4018
Phone: 1-855-505-1506


Settlement Website

Claim over $750 in Nissan InTouch Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who purchased/leased a new 2014 Infiniti Q50 from an Infiniti dealer within the United States. Additional territories (District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, other recognized territories) are included.


Settlement Amount

  • Cash Option: Up to $85
  • Voucher Option: $500 value with potential for more.
  • Counsel Fees: Up to $710,000
  • Service Fees: Up to $5,000
  • Out-of-Pocket Reimbursement: $90,000

Proof of Purchase

Class members must submit statements respective to claim type. All statements will be verified by Nissan North America.


Claim Form

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Important Dates

08/14/2017: Exclusion Deadline

08/14/2017: Objection Deadline

09/11/2017: Fairness Hearing

01/09/2018: Claim Filing Deadline


Settlement Notes

  • Zingerman v. Nissan North America, Inc. and Joshua Rafofsky v. Nissan North America, Inc.
  • Case No. 1:14-cv-07835 and Case No. 2:15-cv-01848-AB-MAN
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

Class members of the Nissan North America InTouch class action lawsuit contend that Nissan’s infotainment system operated in a way that fell short of how it was advertised. The general failure to meet consumer expectations are limited to the 2014 Infiniti Q50 within this class. Nissan sustains that it is not liable for plaintiffs or the settlement class, but has settled litigation to the following terms:

  • Cash Payment: Class members may opt unto a $30 cash payment. An additional $55 is available to anyone who can indicate the download of the Infiniti InTouch App prior to April 17, 2017. These claims will be verified by Nissan.
  • Vouchers: Class members can choose a voucher to be used towards a future lease/purchase of a new Infiniti vehicle. The voucher will be worth a minimum $500 for a lease or $750 for a new purchase. Values will rise depending on the number of warrant services and feasibility of the distributions. Concerns will be addressed with the settlement administrator.
  • Other Expenses: Class counsel will be awarded up to $710,000 while service fees ($5,000) and out-of-pocket expenses ($90,000).

Involved class members are represented by Ben Barnow (Barnow and Associates, P.C.). The defense will receive counsel from Peter J. Brennan (Jenner & Block LLP). Individuals have the opportunity to employ their own lawyer at their own expense.


Contact Information

Infiniti 2014 Q50 InTouch Settlement Administrator

PO Box 43486
Providence, RI 02940-3486
Phone: 1-844-454-4159
Email: Direct link on settlement website.


Settlement Website

Claim Up to $2,000 in AZEK Decking Settlement

Who is a Class Member

Anyone who is a current residential owner of AZEK Decking in the United States who purchased the decking between the dates of August 1, 2007 and December 31, 2012.


Settlement Amount

CPG International will distribute cash compensation to qualified class members to the amount of 10% of the amount paid.


Proof of Purchase

Class members must submit extensive detail regarding any decking purchases:

  • Address
  • Current Ownership
  • Date of Purchase
  • Color
  • Price Paid
  • Dimensions
  • Additional information

Members must also provide proof of ownership, photographs to verify color and amount of decking, and seller verification.


Claim Form

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Important Dates

08/23/2017:  Preliminary Approval Order

12/15/2017: Exclusion Deadline

12/15/2017: Objection Deadline

01/02/2018: “Notice of Intent to Appear” Deadline

02/20/2018: Final Approval Hearing

04/17/2018: Claim Filing Deadline


Settlement Notes

  • AZEK Building Products, Inc. Marketing and Sales Practices Litigation
  • Case No. 12-6627
  • Pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

Class members of the AZEK Building Products class action lawsuit contend that the defendant (CPG International, LLC and AZEK Building Products, Inc.) misrepresented the “qualities or attributes of certain historical AZEK Decking” which was sold during the class period. CPG denied all claims regarding the allegations but agreed to settle in an effort to avoid unnecessary litigation and additional costs.

Initial resolve is that CPG will compensate all qualifying members with compensation to 10% of the amount paid for AZEK decking. These distributions are limited to one per household and no individual may receive a claim of more than $2,000. Members may not receive the full 10% if AZEK already to steps to replace decking. There are additional deductions that may be made based on other off-setting measures. Members must provide a healthy amount of information to be verified in the case. The settlement is paired with the release of any claims against the defense in regards to misrepresentation of AZEK decking.

Involved class members will have access and representation from the appointed class counsel:

  • James E. Cecchi (Carella, Byrne, Cecchi, Olstein, Brody, & Agnello, P.C.)
  • Lindsey H. Taylor (Carella, Byrne, Cecchi, Olstein, Brody, & Agnello, P.C.)
  • Christopher A. Seeger (Seeger Weiss LLP)
  • Jonathan Shub (Kohn Swift & Graf, P.C.)

Contact Information

AZEK Decking Settlement Claim Administrator

c/o Dahl Administration
PO Box 3614
Minnneapolis, MN 55403-0614
Phone: 1-855-229-7149
Email: info@azekdeckingsettlement.com


Settlement Website