You have the right to know about the proposed settlements and your rights and options before the Court decides whether to approve the settlements. The Court in charge of this case is the United States District Court for the Central District of California. The case is called Curtis Markson, Mark McGeorge, Clois McLendon, and Eric Clark vs. CRST International, Inc., CRST Expedited, Inc., C.R. England, Inc., Western Express, Inc., Schneider National Carriers, Inc., Southern Refrigerated Transport, Inc., Covenant Transport, Inc., Paschall Truck Lines, Inc., Stevens Transport, Inc. and DOES 1-10, Case No. 5:17-cv-01261-SB (SPx). Those who sued are called the Plaintiffs. The companies they sued are called the Defendants.
As a Settlement Class Member, unless you choose to opt out, you will be bound by the judgment of the Court as to the proposed settlements. The Court will resolve issues for everyone in the Settlement Class, except for those who exclude themselves.
The proposed settlements are with CRST Expedited, Inc., CRST International, Inc., and C.R. England. These are the “Settling Defendants.” All of the other defendants in this case have already settled their claims.
The Court approved the settlements, and any objections and appeals were resolved, unless you excluded yourself you will be bound by the judgment and terms of the settlements. The notice explains the lawsuit, the settlements, and your legal rights.