If the Court approves the proposed Settlement, it will enter a final and binding judgment in the lawsuit as to all Settlement Class Members who did not request to exclude themselves from the Settlement. The judgment will contain the following release of claims:
All Settlement Class Members release the right or ability to bring or participate in a class action, mass action, representative, or other similar joint or collective claims against Checkr and/or the other Released Persons under the FCRA and/or similar state and local laws, and further release all claims for actual damages, claims for statutory damages, claims for attorneys’ fees and costs, and claims arising under state and local laws similar in substance to the FCRA which were brought or could have been brought in the Action, including but not limited to under 15 U.S.C. § 1681e(b) or 1681i, against Checkr and the other Released Persons.
“Released Persons” in this settlement means Checkr, and also expressly includes Checkr’s insurers and reinsurers, and its corporate affiliates, including predecessors, successors, assigns, current and former employees, shareholders, officers, directors, members, managers, agents, subcontractors, attorneys, insurers, re-insurers, subsidiaries, divisions, parent companies, holding companies or affiliated corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies or other organizations, vendors and all persons acting by, through, under or in concert with them. “Released Persons” does not include any employer, user or subscriber that purchases Checkr’s reports at issue in this case.