SAN FRANCISCO, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC
PR WIRE/ -- The following statement is being issued by Girard Gibbs LLP regarding the Milano v. Interstate Battery System of America, Inc., et al. class action settlement.
What is this about?
The original Interstate Batteries Class Action Settlement has been amended, and the Court has preliminarily approved the Amended Settlement Agreement. This notice describes the terms of the new Amended Settlement Agreement.
A nationwide class action settlement has been preliminarily approved by the Court in Milano v. Interstate Battery System of America, Inc., et al., Case No. 4:10-cv-02125-CW (N.D. Cal.). The lawsuit claims that you may have overpaid for a replacement battery under the terms of Interstate Batteries pro-rata warranty. Defendants deny they did anything wrong.
You Are a Member of the Settlement Class If:
You were the original purchaser of an Interstate Batteries trademarked battery (meaning the Interstate Batteries, Nationwide, Power Volt, and Quickstart brands) that was covered by a Previous Interstate Batteries' Pro-Rata Warranty and that was purchased from an Interstate Batteries authorized dealer (but not from an All Battery Center Store), in the United States or the District of Columbia, at any time from April 19, 2000 through April 30, 2012, And Either:
You later presented that original battery, during the applicable pro-rata-warranty-coverage period, to an Interstate Batteries authorized warranty dealer for a pro-rata-warranty adjustment on the price of a Replacement Battery, and you then purchased that Replacement Battery from that dealer at an adjusted price on a date from May 19, 2006, through April 30, 2012.� ("Replacement-Battery-Purchaser Class")
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