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MBTA Class Action Lawsuit

If you are an owner of a vehicle who received notice of violation or ticket on a date on or before July 6, 2015, for alleged failure to pay the amount due for parking at an MBTA parking lot at which an Honor Box was used, you may be entitled to benefits in a class action settlement.

A settlement has been proposed in class action lawsuit Richard Meyer, et al. v. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, LAZ Parking Limited, LLC & Complus Data Innovations Inc., No. 14-cv-13477 (D. Mass). For a complete notice of Class Members' legal rights, click here. For a complete copy of the proposed terms of the settlement, click here. For information, about the Court Order preliminarily approving the Settlement and the Schedule, click here. For a copy of the complaint in the lawsuit being settled, click here.

 

Related Documents:

Meyer v MBTA long form notice for posting 916044 2016jan
Ex1 - Settlement Agreement - Complete Package Final
ATT94803 - Order Amending Schedule Preliminary Approval Order
FHBOSTON 4326837 v1 First Amended Class Action Complaint 
ATT93077 - Plaintiffs' Motion Support Approval Attorneys' Fees, Expenses And Incentive 
ATT65855 - Order Amending Schedule Set Forth In Preliminary Approval Order

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