Wireless Vision BIPA Settlement

Corey et al. v. Wireless Vision, LLC
No. 2020-CH-1192

More Information
More Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Learn How This Settlement Affects Your Rights and Get Answers to Your Questions About the Settlement

More Information

Important Dates

Important Settlement Dates That Will Affect Your Rights

More Information

Court Documents

Welcome to the Wireless Vision BIPA Settlement Home Page.

The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”), 740 ILCS 14/1, et seq., prohibits private companies from capturing, obtaining, storing, transferring, and/or using biometric identifiers and/or information without first providing such individual with certain written disclosures and obtaining written consent. This lawsuit alleges that Defendant violated BIPA by requiring its current and/or former employees to submit their finger scan for timekeeping purposes during the Class Period without first providing the requisite disclosures or obtaining the requisite consent. Defendant contests these claims, denies that it violated BIPA or any other law, and denies any and all liability.

FILE A CLAIM To accept the Settlement and claim your settlement funds, you must submit a Claim Form to the Claims Administrator by August 22, 2022. If you submit a valid Claim Form, you will receive monetary compensation in exchange for a release of any claims related to finger scanning that you may have against the Defendant.

The deadline to file a Claim Form is August 22, 2022.

DO NOTHING If you do nothing, you will not receive any payment from the settlement, though you will still be considered part of the settlement, which means you will still release claims against Defendant for BIPA violations.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF You may exclude yourself from the Settlement. If you do so, you will not receive any cash payment, but you will not release any claims you may have against Defendant and the Releasees and are free to pursue whatever legal rights you may have, at your own risk and expense. To exclude yourself from the Settlement, you must mail a signed Exclusion to Class Counsel, postmarked by August 8, 2022.

Detailed instructions on how to file an objection are under “What Are My Options” in the Notice.

FILE AN OBJECTION You may also object to the Settlement by making a valid objection by August 8, 2022.

Detailed instructions on how to file an objection are under “What Are My Options” in the Notice.