Amador v. The Brickman Group Settlement

Jonathan Amador v. The Brickman Group LTD. LLC
United States District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania, No: 3:13-CV-02529

Welcome to the Amador v. The Brickman Group Settlement Website

It has been discovered that Dahl Administration (“Dahl”), the settlement administrator for the Amador v Brickman Group overtime case settlement, made an error in the calculation of your settlement award. The error resulted in class members receiving a check for an incorrect amount that was greater than they should have received pursuant to the terms of the settlement agreement and the Court’s Order approving the settlement. A stop payment has been placed on the incorrect check that Dahl mailed to you on November 20, 2017, and your corrected check is being shipped to you on November 29, 2017 by overnight delivery.

For any questions related to this issue please call Dahl’s dedicated hotline at 866-236-6192 which we have staffed with personnel to handle your calls related to this corrected check process. Please do not contact the attorneys for the parties - they have retained Dahl to handle this process.

If you have been charged any fees or out-of-pocket costs or expenses due to the cancelled check previously issued to you, you may request reimbursement by calling Dahl’s dedicated hotline, or by submitting your request online directly to Dahl through the following email address: info@AmadorvBrickmanSettlement.com or if you are unable to email, by submitting your request online directly to Dahl using the Check Fee Reimbursement link on the left of this page. You will not be required to submit proof of reimbursement of amounts less than $100.

You may have previously received notice about the overtime lawsuit called Amador v. The Brickman Group Ltd. LLC (the “Lawsuit”), or you filed a Consent to join and participate in this overtime lawsuit which claimed that The Brickman Group, LTD., LLC (“Defendant” or “Brickman”) paid its landscape/crew/irrigation Supervisors on the ‘fluctuating workweek” method of payment for hours worked over 40 hours in a workweek, while also paying non-discretionary bonuses and other types of pay to them, which Plaintiff alleged was in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and state law. If Brickman’s records show that you worked for Brickman between October 8, 2010 and June 8, 2014, you may be identified to participate in the settlement.

The parties have agreed to a settlement, which the Court preliminarily approved by Order entered March 21, 2017. The Court will hold a Final Approval Hearing on July 21, 2017 at 9:30 a.m., before the Honorable Malachy E. Mannion of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, located at William J. Nealon Federal Bldg. & U.S. Courthouse, 235 N. Washington Avenue Scranton, PA 18503.

If you are an Opt-In Plaintiff or you worked in Pennsylvania during the relevant time period (“Group 1 Settlement Class Member”), this Website explains the terms of that settlement and the manner of calculating your potential settlement payment amount if the Court grants final approval to the settlement.

If you have not previously joined this lawsuit and you did not work in Pennsylvania (“Group 2 Settlement Class Member”), this website explains the terms of that settlement and your right to claim a potential payment under the settlement if the Court grants final approval to the settlement and you complete and return the enclosed Claim Form by June 9, 2017.

To learn more about the terms of the proposed settlement, your options, and how your legal rights may be affected, please review the Opt-In Plaintiff Notice, PA Class Notice, Group 2 Notice, Settlement Documents, Group 2 Claim Form and answers to the Frequently Asked Questions provided on this website.