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Sunday, September 6, 2015

The High Tech Industry Gets Sued And Loses Lawsuit For Everything The U.S. Government Gets Away With



High Tech Employees Class Action Lawsuit

My problem is that the U.S. government is constantly screwing over U.S. citizens no matter how hard we try to vote good politicians into public office. Because of the good ol boys cash network that has developed since the conception of the United States we can't win. Business always ends up controlling the U.S. through their purchased politicians just like between the 1880's and 1920's. We only get to chose between the groups of people that we want to get screwed by. Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Libertarians, Constitutional Parties and the other political parties will always screw us bad through
antitrust type schemes. The supreme court is suppose to help keep the government for the people and not for business or another form of government and they are limp weiner's too trying their best to politic from the bench.

If lawsuits against business can be brought against them why in the hell can't U.S. citizens get lawsuits against the U.S. government for antitrust issues. Well, the common reason is congress will never vote to install laws that allow antitrust lawsuits against themselves. Just like congress voted they don't have to tell anyone which stocks and companies they are invested in to stop congressional insider trading that's making them tons of cash. Congress invested in businesses that use hoards of illegal aliens would also have been revealed. Under public pressure congress did vote to make themselves disclose but just as fast they voted that they didn't have to disclose just a couple of weeks after they voted they had to disclose. I guess they thought the public pressure went away. Guess what, "IT'S BACK!".

Hey, my point is if Google, Apple, Intel and all the other companies having to pay up for screwing their employees over then the huge corporation called the "United States Government" should have to pay up also.

Congress created these antitrust laws for business and since it's been proven "BUSINESS CONTROLS CONGRESS" then the antitrust laws should be applied to congress. It won't happen because we all know congress made carefully crafted laws that let businesses get sued for everything congress should be sued for.


High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation Settlement Website

If you were employed in a technical, creative, or research and development (“Technical”) position at Adobe Systems Incorporated, Apple Inc., Google Inc., Intel Corporation, Intuit Inc., Lucasfilm, Ltd., or Pixar during the time periods set forth below, you could get money from a class action settlement.

A Settlement of $415,000,000 with remaining defendants Adobe, Apple, Google, and Intel has been reached in settlement of the remaining claims in the class action lawsuit. (This is in addition to the $20,000,000 in settlements previously reached with the other defendants.) Adobe, Apple, Google, and Intel deny that they violated any antitrust laws or engaged in any wrongdoing. For purposes of this Notice, Adobe, Apple, Google, and Intel are referred to collectively as the “Settling Defendants.”
You are a Class Member if you were a salaried Technical Employee who worked in the United States for any of the Defendants during any portion of the following time periods: (a) for Adobe from May 2005 through December 2009; (b) for Apple from March 2005 through December 2009; (c) for Google from March 2005 through December 2009; (d) for Intel from March 2005 through December 2009; (e) for Intuit from June 2007 through December 2009; (f) for Lucasfilm from January 2005 through December 2009; or (g) for Pixar from January 2005 through December 2009. Excluded from the Class are: retail employees, corporate officers, members of the boards of directors, and certain senior executives of all Defendants.
The Court in charge of this case still has to approve the Settlement. Payment will be made if the Court approves the Settlement and orders that the Settlement Fund be distributed, and if any appeals of the Court’s approval of the Settlement are resolved in favor of the Settlement. Please be patient.

UPDATE

On September 2, 2015, the court entered an order approving the Settlement.  An order becomes final upon the expiration of 30 days after the order is issued by the court and if there are no appeals.  Please check back for further updates.
High Tech Employee Lawsuit Settlement Page




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