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$40 Million Class-Action Skechers Lawsuit Settlement Checks Will Be Sent to Consumers This Week, Reports Wright & Schulte LLC
Date:7/17/2013

a full refund for the purchase of their Skechers Shape-Ups (up to $80), their Resistance Runner shoes (up to $84), their Podded Sole shoes (up to $54) and their Tone-Ups (up to $40) as part of this Skechers lawsuit settlement. [blog.chron.com/advocate/2013/07/40-
million-in-skechers-refunds-headed-to-consumers/?
cmpid=htx July 2013]

In May 2013, Federal Judge Thomas B. Russell of Louisville approved a deal that granted a $40 million settlement to the hundreds of thousands of consumers in this class-action Skechers lawsuit. This case consolidated more than 70 Skechers lawsuits throughout the U.S., and the judge’s approval of the $40 million settlement in this class-action Skechers lawsuit had been handed down just about one year after Skechers and the plaintiffs had initially agreed upon it.

While the two primary plaintiffs in this Skechers lawsuit will receive $2,500, the attorneys representing the consumers have been awarded a total of $5 million to split, which will not come out of the $40 million awarded to consumers. Once all of the other consumers who were plaintiffs in this case have received their refund checks, any remaining money will be sent to the FTC, according to
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