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  • Not asked to opt in or out of a class action law suit which is now closed California

    I was never contacted for a class action law suit in the former company I worked in. Can I still get money. the company never gave my name to the law office. this is why I was never contacted. now it's too late to opt in or opt out. what can I do? sue for that / go to the labor board. The company doesn't want to talk about it. they said that they are not allowed. all I asked them was why I was not contacted even the fact that I would have qualify. they don't want to answer me.

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    The only suggestion I have is to talk to an attorney & see what they say.
    Another responder may have some additional comments/suggestions.
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      Das ist in der Doktor!

      As Betty3 suggested, an attorney would be the one to answer your questions.
      As to why you were never notified about the class action lawsuit? in a word,
      money.

      The fewer former and current employees included in the lawsuit the less money it will cost them should they lose.
      Don’t plan on any cooperation from your former employer.
      After all, it's the bottom line that counts,
      …not you.
      Good luck.

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