HOW DO YOU GET BENEFITS?
Simply go to the website,
, no later than
January 8, 2014
to fill out a claim form. If the settlement is finally approved by the Court, you will receive notice that you can return your Rawlings Power Balance Bracelet (with or without proof of purchase) or submit a proof of purchase for your Rawlings Power Balance Non-Bracelet Product by printing out an address label.
Claims may be audited and only claimants returning
Rawlings products will receive refunds. Products that are determined to be not authentic Rawlings products will not be returned and shipping costs will not be reimbursed.
WHAT ARE YOUR OTHER OPTIONS?
You can request to be excluded from the class by no later than
January 6, 2014
, by filing a "Request for Exclusion," as explained in the detailed notice at the website below. Persons submitting a valid claim for exclusion shall neither participate in the benefits of the settlement, nor have their claim extinguished upon final approval of the settlement.
You may object in writing no later than
January 6, 2014
to any part of the settlement or a request by the lawyers for plaintiffs for fees and expenses of up to
. The detailed notice explains how to send in an objection. The Honorable Madeline C. Arleo,
, U.S.M.J., will hold a hearing in this case, called Steiner v. Rawlings Sporting Goods Company, Inc.
Case No. 2:12-cv-02531, on
January 27, 2014
, at the United State Courthouse, 50 Walnut Street,
07101, to decide whether to give final approval to the settlement, and to consider the attorneys' request for fees. You or your lawyer may appear at the hearing, at your own cost. If the settlement is approved, Rawlings will be released from liability for all claims associated with the litigation and you won't be able to sue, or continue to sue, Rawlings for that liability. For more details, visit the settlement website,
CONTACT: Jeffrey Dahl, (952) 562-3600,
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