Moreno, et al. v. Buena Vista Catalogue Co.

 San Diego County Superior Court |  Case No. 37-2019-00039785-CU-BT-CTL


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IF YOU WERE ENROLLED IN THE DISNEY MOVIE CLUB ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 4, 2020, YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION

What is the Lawsuit about?
The Lawsuit alleges that Buena Vista Catalogue Co., d/b/a Disney Movie Club (“Defendant”) enrolled certain California consumers in automatically renewing or continuous service subscriptions for the Disney Movie Club, and posted charges to the consumer’s credit card, debit card, or third party payment account, without first presenting the consumer with all of the automatic renewal offer terms in a clear and conspicuous manner as required by law. Defendant denies the claims in the Lawsuit and the Court has not decided which party is right. The parties have agreed to a Settlement to provide certain benefits to eligible Class Members and to resolve the case without any admission of liability or wrongdoing.

Am I a Class Member?
The Lawsuit was brought on behalf of a class defined as follows:
All California residents who, between July 30, 2015 and December 4, 2020, were enrolled by Disney in the Disney Movie Club. Excluded from the Class are all employees of Disney, all employees of Plaintiffs’ counsel, and the judicial officers to whom this case is assigned.
Each individual within the foregoing Class definition is referred to as a “Class Member.”

What relief does the Settlement provide?
Defendant has agreed to pay the principal Settlement Amount of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000). If the Court grants final approval of the Settlement, each Participating Class Member will receive an equal, pro-rata share of the Net Settlement Amount. The “Net Settlement Amount” is the Settlement Amount reduced by any sums awarded by the Court for attorneys’ fees, litigation expenses, any class representative service payment, and expenses of settlement administration.

What are my options?
FILE A CLAIM BY
MARCH 9, 2021
If you want to participate in the Settlement, you must submit a timely claim on or before March 9, 2021, which must be validated by the Settlement Administrator.

You may submit a Claim by clicking here.
DO NOTHING If you do nothing, you will not be a Participating Class Member and you will not qualify to receive a monetary payment, but you will be bound by the release in the Settlement Agreement.
REQUEST TO BE EXCLUDED BY
MARCH 9, 2021
Any Class Member who wishes to be excluded from the Settlement must complete and return a request for exclusion via U.S. Mail, email, or personal delivery, and that request for exclusion must be validated by the Settlement Administrator.

For more information on excluding yourself from the Settlement, please read the Long Form Notice, by clicking here.
OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT BY
MARCH 9, 2021
Any Class Member who wishes to object to the Settlement may do so orally or in writing. Any written objection must be filed with the Court and served on Class Counsel, Defendant’s counsel, and the Settlement Administrator, no later than March 9, 2021.

For more information on objecting to the Settlement, please read the Long Form Notice, by clicking here.






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