ABBOTT v. WEN BY CHAZ DEAN, INC.

Case No. 2:15-CV-01974-ODW-AGR.

SARAH ABBOTT et al., Plaintiffs, v. WEN by CHAZ DEAN, INC., and GUTHY-RENKER LLC, Defendants.

United States District Court, C.D. California.

Editors Note
Applicable Law: 28 U.S.C. § 1332
Cause: 28 U.S.C. § 1332 Diversity - Product Liability
Nature of Suit: 365 Personal Inj. Prod. Liability
Source: PACER


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kym Hall, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice.

Kym Hall, Plaintiff, represented by David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cindy Peterson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maya Abramson-Hords, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Alexander, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judith Allaire-Pitzz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Jo Arrighi, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marcella Atkinson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Baer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Latosha Baker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Danielle Barnhart, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maria Barcelona, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Stephanie Bechtel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tiffany Bell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice, David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP, Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ginny Bender, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Allison Berry, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jody Blanchard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tammy Blanchard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amy Boyd, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lajeana Brooks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Virna Brown, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Browning, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lyn Burns, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Butler, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brandon Callis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christina Campbell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carmen Castang, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Castellon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sylvia Casitlla, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tressa Clardy, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janice Clark, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice, David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP, Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joan Clark, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Connie Clarke, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Terri Cole, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kris Connolly, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sara Cook, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rica Cunanan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Davis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joyce Diamond, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roxie Drofiak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dornice Dycus, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gilberta Escamilla, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Stephanie Everett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alice Factor, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Barbie Ferrese, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ramona Finn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Footman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alison Franks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nancy Gagliardi, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Angie Ganns, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christina Garces, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Daniel X Garcia, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennie Gazzillo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan George, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Randee Gerry, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Gomez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Eve Gray, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Velma Green, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gloria Guest, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelsy Gunby, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kristi Hardenbrook, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelly Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Reena Heenan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Paulette Holder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice, David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP, Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Leyda Impson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jessica Jones, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nidia Jones, Plaintiff, represented by David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amanda Kolkana, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Renee Krause, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dana Lambrick, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anna Leonova, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Lirette, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kellie Loges, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lainie Lowery, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julia Magrath, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yesenia Maldonada-Diaz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Maletz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Malone, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dorri Manchetti, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Francisco Marroquin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Mast, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Mattli, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karan McClure, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rachel McGee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Adela McGrew, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sheila McKee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marusia Melackronis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tanya Miller, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anita Montgomery, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Terri Morgan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jill Morphew, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roxan Morris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anthony Moser, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Aviva Mrazik, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marianne Muylaert, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Candance Mudrak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julie Nally, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tanya Norman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lea Olivera, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Aly Nutter, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lea Oliviera, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Ortiz-Yaremko, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Krista Osborn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Robyn Osten, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mea Parks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cristi Pechart, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Adabel Pena, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lee Perkinson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Paula Reynolds, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gilda Romaniello, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Filipinas San Jose, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Delinda Saye, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Shuster, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tara Simko, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Smaha, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Smallwood, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dena Smith, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Vanessa Stevens, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shirley Story, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Crystal Telles, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sally Tesoro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Connie Theiss, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Venita Vance, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ronda Vencil, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa Vides, Plaintiff, represented by David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kim Wallace, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Summer Warren, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shannon Wilkinson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Wynn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alice Yoder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joelle Zurilgen, Plaintiff, represented by David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sarah Abbott, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marta Ablaza, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Delores Ainsworth, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Garine Alexis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Domenica Aliberti, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Allen, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lesiie Alvarez-Correa, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tenage Ambaw, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gwendolen Anderson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tonya Anderson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gerri Andra, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Stacy Andria, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Applewhite, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Bonnie Armor, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lori Arons, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Duygu Arpinar, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Emine Arpinar, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Jo Arrighi, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Devyn Ascher, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Masae Ash, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Melissa Atkisson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Avila, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tomasa Avila, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anjail Abdul Badee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kellie Badger, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Bachi, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelly Baer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nancy Baez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laurie Bailey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Baisden, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tina Bak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra Baker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Stephen Baker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gerri Barr, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tara Battisoni, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ann Baucom, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Bauman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carlene Beasley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Victoria Beliso, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michele Bennett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tasha Blackmore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brandi Blouch, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Isabel Blumberg, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Bobbett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gloria Bodenheimer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Boer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debbie Bouras, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lolita Bowie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amy Bowman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Boyce-Werdebaugh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amy Boyd, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marrissa Boylan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Arletta Branchcomb, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Teresa Brashear, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sian Braun, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Aricka Britt, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jacqueline Brodie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lajeana Brooks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judy Broussard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Brown, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Virna Brown, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Beatrice Brown-Living, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Browning, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anna Brunello, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Heather Burkett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christine Burns, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lyn Burns, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jeanette Burton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lyn Burton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Burton-Konate, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Butler, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Byrge, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tina Cain, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Deborah Caine, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Calautti, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Krista Calderon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brandon Callis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Verna Cambre, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Cameron, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Cantey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Cappello, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Peggy Caraballo-McCarthy, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Helen Carr, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laura Carr, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Carrelli, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tracy Carson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Bette Carter, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Penny Castellano, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sylvai Castillo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sylvia Castillo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carolynn Cates, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ivana Cavrag, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ritamarie Ciaccio, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Taressa Clardy, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joanne Clark, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tiffany Clark, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Davanee Clawges, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christina Clayton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ciaran Clayton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sue Clermont, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Trisha Cobb, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gloria Cobian, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Fran Coleman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra Collins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roseann Colluccio, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kristie Condie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kathleen Connelly, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jaime Cook, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Donna Cooper, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shannon Cosminski, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cassie Crawford, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Crowley-Federicki, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Robin Cull, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mechelle Cummins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rica Cunanan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lee Cunningham, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nicole Curel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sheryl Currey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Currier, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Cushman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laura Dahma, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michele Dahma, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Barbara Damm, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Betty Davenport, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Annette Davis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Davis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Donna Deamicis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jeane Decosmo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michele Dedomencico, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karla Delavergme, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Beth Delbaugh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Donna Dengate, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dana Denning, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judy Denny, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Denson-Hayes, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Martha Denton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cindi Derichie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Wanda Desimone, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sonia Dillard-Foster, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ameila Divinity, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anna Dobrowolski, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Dohm, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Donaldson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jackie Donia, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra Donner, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tammy Dudley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Charlotte Dugger, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Andrea Duncan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maria Dunn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Angela Dunsin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Renee Durso, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Irene Ekweozoh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Penelope Elmers, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brina Elmore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Elzie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gloria Emerson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Engel, on behalf of her minor daughter, V.E., Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roxanne Enriquez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Angela Erviles-Molina, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Zoe Erwin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gilberto Escamilla, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Allison Evans, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Evans, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Ewell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Claudia Faber, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alice Factor, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jessica Fasman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yazmin Feliz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Donna Ferguson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Framces Finley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michael Fitzsimmons, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tiffany Foley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michaela Fox, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jenny Francis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Allison Franks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joyce Froetschel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alana Fromelius, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jacqueline Frontauria, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Heather Fuller, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimmie Fuller, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Gallegos, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christina Garces, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Daniel X Garcia, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tina Garcia, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Angel Garvais, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Azusena Gaspar, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Gauna, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jeannine Gazzillo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan George, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joan Gerage, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Randee Gerry, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laurel Getchell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patty Gibbs, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Loria Gill, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shelly Gillaspie, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tiffany Gillota, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Autumn Givens, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Catriona Glazebrook, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sara Gold, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jill Goldberg, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rosetter Gomes, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Gomez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debbie Gonsalves, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Goulet, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Miriam Graham, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Eve Gray, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lora Green, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Velma Green, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marsha Greer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Greer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Griffin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Athena Guerrero, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nora Guerrero, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ingrid Gumbs-Diaz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Keisa Gunby, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Gutkind, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Melissa Hackett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kim Hadaway, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tricia Hal, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kym Hall, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kristi Hardenbrook, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Angelina Hardiman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelly Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Samantha Harris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Diane Harris-Matsuda, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Harrison, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shannon Hartz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julie Hayden, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Reena Heenan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Hendricks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Chistina Hernandez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra Hicks, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brenna Hill, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Leslie Hills, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julia Hilton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lora Hindsley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Juiie Hinesley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julie Hite, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rebecca Ho-On, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Paulette Holder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Renae Holmes, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Holt, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tanue Honore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rosalind Hood, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Thelma Horne, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shawn House, on behalf of his minor daughter, L.H., Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cimberly Howard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dena Howard-Walton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joyce Huang, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Hubbard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Barbara Hudak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carla Huddleston, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Concenttina Hudson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Leyda Impson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Annette Irby, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Irvine, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mumtaz Ismail, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Andie Jablon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Jenkins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jacque Johnson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelley Johnson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ruthie Johnson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debbie Jones, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Jones, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Melinda Jones, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shana Jones, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michele Kennedy, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra Kerbo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Denise Ketcham, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Summer Khdair, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nancy Kiley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Caroline Kim, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marjorie King, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Klauber, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Bonita Kline, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Andrea Klinger, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Thomas Klinger, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carmela Knueppel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ivonne Kollas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Monique Kristjanson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Kubik, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nan La Chapelle, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa Labatore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laura Lafontaine, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rhonda Lamb, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maggie Langford, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Emily Lapointe, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lara Lauder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gerridian Lean, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Florence Lee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kathy Lee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Lee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sarah Leonard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Levine, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jill Lindsey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maya Lipovetsky, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Little, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nova Littrell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maria Lena Wilson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rebecca Wood, on behalf of her minor daughter, A. J., Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yamirle Lopez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alisha Lovato, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maria Lovera, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Andrea Lowe, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Lozinski, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Lyon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Monica MacDonald, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Athena Madruga, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Natalia Maestre, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julie Magrath, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Mahoney, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cheryl Mallard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rosaila Mansour, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julie Marcaccio, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dorri Marchetti, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nancy Martin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Adeline Martinez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Mascaro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amy Mastrangelo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Destiny Mayeda, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Beverly McClendon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela McCluske, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Birgit McCray, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ethel McCullough, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dilan McDaniel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janie McDaniel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jessica McDaniel, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tanakia McGinniss, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janet McIntosh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa McLain, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mitzie McLean, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debra McLelland, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Chanel McNair, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lenae McNair, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Annetta McRae, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia McSorley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Valencia Meade, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rhonda Meadows, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Medeiros, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Wanda Merritt, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tracy Metro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Miani, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Beverly Miller, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Anita Mills, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Aviva Mirazik, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sugey Mirsky, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Antoinette Mitchell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rosalind Mitchell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kathy Montuoro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lori Moore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sharon Moore, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marina Moran, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roxane Morris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shawn Morris, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karen Morrow, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Betty Mosley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Julieann Moyer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Candy Mudrak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Johana Muniz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ora Munter, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Vernell Murraine, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kim Myers, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Naana, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ashley Navarro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Katrina Necciai, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Neels, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marie Nelson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Renee Nelson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kim Nett, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Natalia Nikulina, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jessie Norton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joelle Nowak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Deborah Olivas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Wendy Opalinski, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Diane Orcino, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Heather Owen, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa Palya, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alexandra Papgeorge, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cristyne Parker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jeanne Paschen, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nyzinga Patterson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Frances Payne, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Annette Pellicano, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Alice Perez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Perez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Martine Perez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Matilde Perez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Misty Perez-Truedson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rene Pettis, on behalf of he minor daughter, T.P., Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jill Pittman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Roberta Pittman, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Amelia Place-Wolf, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Pluta, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Renee Podruchny, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Polillo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kimberly Pollard, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sarah Pope, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Porch, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Teresa Porter, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nettie Powers, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Starletta Pratt, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Regina Preto, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Pricci, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Teresa Price-Gadient, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dana Primmer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Monique Pugh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yolanda Pugh, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Suzanne Ralston, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Ramos, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Vickie Reed, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Noella Regis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Apollone Reid, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Katherine Reyes, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shannon Rice, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Chiquita Richardson-Zachery, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laura Ritzko, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Rivas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jade Roberson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janeen Robinson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Andrea Robledo, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janette Robles, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Rodden, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Troy Romero, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tresa Rubert, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marquitta Russell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Drexel Smiley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judith Rutledge, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sally Ryan, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Schnure, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Nanette Schroeder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Schultz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Karin Schwartz, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tricia Seidler, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Arazola Session, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brittany Shannon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ollie Shannon, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Shores, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Shoucair, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judy Simkin, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carolyn Smith, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Danielle Smith, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Terry Smoak, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kathryn Snyder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Rebecca Soos, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Courtney Soter, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa Spears, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Speer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kay Speer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dawne Spencer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susan Spencer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Suzanne Spencer, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Stephens, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Stewart, on behalf of her minor daughter, A.S., Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Stewart, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Beverly Stribling, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Elaine Strong, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judy Stuckey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gwendolyn Studstill, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kelly Sula, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yi-Le Sung, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Chelci Sutton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Meredith Tansey, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Denise Tanski, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Suzanne Taylor, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cerissa Tee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kathy Tevis, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tamra Thomas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tisha Thomas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Thomason, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Vanessa Thompkins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lisa Thompson, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Judith Tidwell, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Lucia Tilton, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Todaro, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Bonnie Tomeoni, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marilyn Torres, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Carol Underhill, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gail Vagts, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Marybeth Van Horn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Brandy Vance, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Minazchi Vargas, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Janet Vasko, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Ruby Vaughn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Veleka Vaughn, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Yoania Vazquez, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Georgina Vitale, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Megan Vornhold, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Susie Wade, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dinah Waeghe, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Vickie Wagner, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Gina Walker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Meshona Walker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Kim Wallace, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Wallen, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

April Washington, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shirley Watkins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Quentina Wells, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Douglas West, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Michelle Westfaill, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Whaley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Mary Whitacre, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda White, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Patricia Whitten, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tracy Wiley, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Shannon Wilkins, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Williams, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Dona Williams, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Edith Williams, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Joyce Williams, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Linda Williams, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Veronica Withers-Espree, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Cynthia Wombacker, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Laurie Worden, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Tracy Worth, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Debbie Wright, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Megan Yates, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Stephanie Yee, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Elizabeth Yoder, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jennifer Young, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Jasper Zachery, Plaintiff, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Theresa Mascaro, Movant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sandra Kyker, Movant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Sherri Miller, Movant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Traci Williams, Petitioner, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Wen By Chaz Dean, Inc., Defendant, represented by Michael B. Giaquinto , Hawkins Parnell Thackston and Young LLP & Barry R. Schirm , Hawkins Parnell Thackston and Young LLP.

Guthy-Renker Ltd., Defendant, represented by Jonathan Michael Jackson , Latham and Watkins LLP & Dina M. Cox , Lewis Wagner LLP.

Guthy-Renker Partners, Inc., Defendant, represented by Dina M. Cox , Lewis Wagner LLP, pro hac vice & Jonathan Michael Jackson , Latham and Watkins LLP.

Guthy-Renker LLC, Defendant, represented by Dina M. Cox , Lewis Wagner LLP, pro hac vice, Jonathan Michael Jackson , Latham and Watkins LLP & Janelle P. Kilies , Lewis Wagner LLP, pro hac vice.

Sue Clemont, Defendant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Christina Campbell, Defendant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Pamela Watt, Defendant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.

Maria Welch, Defendant, represented by Amy E. Davis , Christiansen Davis LLC, pro hac vice & David E. Rosen , Murphy Rosen LLP.


STIPULATED PROTECTIVE ORDER

ALICIA G. ROSENBERG, Magistrate Judge.

IT IS HEREBY STIPULATED by and between Plaintiffs and Defendant Wen by Chaz Dean, Inc., by and through their respective counsel of record, as follows:

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1 Purposes and Limitations. Discovery in this action is likely to involve production of confidential, proprietary, or private information for which special protection from public disclosure and from use for any purpose other than prosecuting this litigation may be warranted. Accordingly, the parties hereby stipulate to and petition the Court to enter the following Stipulated Protective Order. The parties acknowledge that this Order does not confer blanket protections on all disclosures or responses to discovery and that the protection it affords from public disclosure and use extends only to the limited information or items that are entitled to confidential treatment under the applicable legal principles. The parties further acknowledge, as set forth in Section 12.3, below, that this Stipulated Protective Order does not entitle them to file confidential information under seal; Local Rule 79-5 sets forth the procedures that must be followed and the standards that will be applied when a Party seeks permission from the Court to file material under seal. The parties also agree that nothing herein shall be construed as an admission that any types of documents or information described herein must be produced in this case.

1.2 Good Cause Statement. This action is likely to involve trade secrets (as that term is defined by California Civil Code § 3426.1),1 customer and pricing lists, and other valuable research, testing, formula, development, commercial, financial, technical and/or proprietary information for which special protection from public disclosure and from use for any purpose other than prosecution of this action is warranted. Such confidential and proprietary materials and information consist of, among other things, business processes; non-public business or other sensitive financial information, including, but not limited to, customer lists, pricing, sales data, profit and/or loss information, sales, profit and/or loss projections, profit and loss statements, or corporate financial statements; and also include confidential research; business development, business marketing or other sensitive commercial information; formulae and formulae development; testing and test results; or other confidential research, development, or commercial information (including information implicating privacy rights of third parties), information otherwise generally unavailable to the public, or which may be privileged or otherwise protected from disclosure under state or federal statutes, Court rules, case decisions, or common law.

The above information is not generally known to the public or to other persons who could obtain economic value from its disclosure or use, and Defendant uses reasonable efforts to maintain the secrecy of this information. The disclosure of Defendant's trade secrets, and confidential and proprietary materials and information (as described in this paragraph and below) to the public or Defendant's competitors would cause harm to Defendant's competitive positions in the marketplace. In addition, discovery in this action is also likely to call for materials containing medical records and other sensitive personal information, the disclosure of which would be harmful to individual third parties.

Accordingly, to expedite the flow of information, to facilitate the prompt resolution of disputes over confidentiality of discovery materials, to adequately protect information the parties are entitled to keep confidential, to ensure that the parties are permitted reasonably necessary uses of such material in preparation for and in the conduct of trial, to address their handling at the end of the litigation, and to serve the ends of justice, a protective order for such information is justified in this matter. It is the intent of the parties that information will not be designated as confidential for tactical reasons and that nothing be so designated without a good faith belief that it has been maintained in a confidential, non-public manner, and there is good cause why it should not be part of the public record of this case.

This action is also likely to involve the Personal Health Information (as that term is defined by 42 U.S.C. §§ 1320d-1320d-8 (Section 1171 of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996: Administrative Simplification)2 and 45 C.F.R. 160.103) and Personally Identifiable Information (as that term is used in the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, 15 U.S.C. § 6809(4))3 of Plaintiffs. This information is protected from general disclosure by multiple federal and state statutes and regulations.

2. DEFINITIONS

2.1 Action: the above-entitled proceeding, Case No. 2:15-cv-01974-ODW-AGR.

2.2 Challenging Party: a Party or Non-Party that challenges the designation of information or items under this Order.

2.3 "CONFIDENTIAL" Information or Items: information (regardless of how it is generated, stored or maintained) or tangible things that qualify for protection under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(c), and as specified above in the Good Cause Statement.

2.4 Counsel: Outside Counsel of Record and House Counsel (as well as their support staff and vendors provided that the vendors have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A)).

2.5 Designated House Counsel: House Counsel who seek access to "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" information in this Action.

2.6 Designating Party: a Party or Non-Party that designates information or items that it produces in disclosures or in responses to discovery as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL."

2.7 Disclosure or Discovery Material: all items or information, regardless of the medium or manner in which it is generated, stored, or maintained (including, among other things, testimony, transcripts, and tangible things), that are produced or generated in disclosures or responses to discovery in this matter.

2.8 Expert: a person with specialized knowledge or experience in a matter pertinent to the litigation who (1) has been retained by a Party or its counsel to serve as an expert witness or as a consultant in this action, (2) is not a past or current employee of a Party or of a Party's competitor, and (3) at the time of retention, is not anticipated to become an employee of a Party or of a Party's competitor.

2.9 "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" Information or Items: extremely sensitive "CONFIDENTIAL Information or Items," disclosure of which to another Party or Non-Party would create a substantial risk of serious harm that could not be avoided by less restrictive means. Such Information and Items include, but are not limited to, the following non-public Information and Items: formulae for Wen® Cleansing Conditioner; documents relating to the development and testing of formulae for Wen® Cleansing Conditioner; financial data or information, including, but not limited to, information concerning sales, revenue, profit margins, costs, and/or capital expenditures; budgets, forecasts, and projections; Defendant's proprietary computer software; agreements with retailers, wholesalers, manufacturers, distributors, and/or other third-parties relating to Wen® Cleansing Conditioner; and/or marketing or other business strategy documents.

2.10 House Counsel: attorneys who are employees of a Party to this Action. House Counsel does not include Outside Counsel of Record or any other outside counsel.

2.11 Non-Party: any natural person, partnership, corporation, association, or other legal entity not named as a Party to this action.

2.12 Outside Counsel of Record: attorneys who are not employees of a Party to this Action but are retained to represent or advise a Party to this Action and have appeared in this Action on behalf of that Party or are affiliated with a law firm which has appeared on behalf of that Party, and includes support staff.

2.13 Party: any Party to this Action, including all of its officers, directors, employees, consultants, retained experts, and Outside Counsel of Record (and their support staffs).

2.14 Producing Party: a Party or Non-Party that produces Disclosure or Discovery Material in this Action.

2.15 Professional Vendors: persons or entities that provide litigation support services (e.g., photocopying, videotaping, translating, preparing exhibits or demonstrations, and organizing, storing, or retrieving data in any form or medium) and their employees and subcontractors.

2.16 Protected Material: any Disclosure or Discovery Material that is designated as "CONFIDENTIAL," or as "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL."

2.17 Receiving Party: a Party that receives Disclosure or Discovery Material from a Producing Party.

3. SCOPE

The protections conferred by this Stipulation and Order cover not only Protected Material (as defined above), but also (1) any information copied or extracted from Protected Material; (2) all copies, excerpts, summaries, or compilations of Protected Material; and (3) any testimony, conversations, or presentations by Parties or their Counsel that might reveal Protected Material.

Any use of Protected Material at trial shall be governed by the orders of the trial judge. This Order does not govern the use of Protected Material at trial.

4. DURATION

Even after final disposition of this litigation, the confidentiality obligations imposed by this Order shall remain in effect until a Designating Party agrees otherwise in writing or a Court order otherwise directs. Final disposition shall be deemed to be the later of (1) dismissal of all claims and defenses in this Action, with or without prejudice; and (2) final judgment herein after the completion and exhaustion of all appeals, rehearings, remands, trials, or reviews of this Action, including the time limits for filing any motions or applications for extension of time pursuant to applicable law.

5. DESIGNATING PROTECTED MATERIAL

5.1 Exercise of Restraint and Care in Designating Material for Protection. Each Party or Non-Party that designates information or items for protection under this Order must take care to limit any such designation to specific material that qualifies under the appropriate standards. The Designating Party must designate for protection only those parts of material, documents, items, or oral or written communications that qualify so that other portions of the material, documents, items, or communications for which protection is not warranted are not swept unjustifiably within the ambit of this Order.

Mass, indiscriminate, or routinized designations are prohibited. Designations that are shown to be clearly unjustified or that have been made for an improper purpose (e.g., to unnecessarily encumber the case development process or to impose unnecessary expenses and burdens on other parties) may expose the Designating Party to sanctions.

If it comes to a Designating Party's attention that information or items that it designated for protection do not qualify for protection, that Designating Party must promptly notify all other Parties that it is withdrawing the inapplicable designation.

5.2 Manner and Timing of Designations. Except as otherwise provided in this Order, or as otherwise stipulated or ordered, Disclosure or Discovery Material that qualifies for protection under this Order must be clearly so designated before the material is disclosed or produced.

Designation in conformity with this Order requires:

(a) Information in documentary form. The Producing Party shall affix to any Disclosure or Discovery Material in documentary form (e.g., paper or electronic documents, but excluding transcripts of depositions or other pretrial or trial proceedings) the legend "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" to each page that contains protected material.

A Party or Non-Party that makes original documents or materials available for inspection need not designate them for protection until after the inspecting Party has indicated which material it would like copied and produced. During the inspection and before the designation, all of the material made available for inspection shall be deemed "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL." After the inspecting Party has identified the documents it wants copied and produced, the Producing Party must determine which documents, or portions thereof, qualify for protection under this Order. Then, before producing the specified documents, the Producing Party must affix the appropriate legend ("CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL") to each page that contains Protected Material. If only a portion or portions of the material on a page qualifies for protection, the Producing Party also must clearly identify the protected portion(s) (e.g., by making appropriate markings in the margins) and must specify, for each portion, the level of protection being asserted.

(b) Depositions. Unless all parties agree on the record at the time the deposition testimony is taken, all deposition testimony taken in this case shall be treated as if it were designated "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" from the date of the deposition through and including thirty (30) days after receipt of the final deposition transcript. No later than the thirtieth day after receipt of the final deposition transcript, a party may serve a Notice of Designation to all parties of record as to specific portions of the transcript, including exhibits, that are designated "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" and thereafter those portions identified in the Notice of Designation shall be protected under the terms of this Order. The failure to serve a timely Notice of Designation shall waive any designation of testimony taken in that deposition as confidential information, unless (a) the parties agree to a different time for serving a Notice of Designation or (b) the party seeking a late designation seeks and obtains relief from the deadline from the Court for good cause shown Alternatively, a Designating Party may specify, at the deposition or up to 30 days afterwards if that period is properly invoked, that the entire transcript shall be treated as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL."

Transcripts containing Protected Material shall have an obvious legend on the title page that the transcript contains Protected Material, and the title page shall be followed by a list of all pages (including line numbers as appropriate) that have been designated as Protected Material and the level of protection being asserted by the Designating Party. The Designating Party shall inform the court reporter of these requirements.

(c) Other Material. For information produced in some form other than documentary and for any other tangible items, the Producing Party shall affix in a prominent place on the exterior of the container or containers in which the information or item is stored the legend "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL." If only a portion or portions of the information or item warrant protection, the Producing Party, to the extent practicable, shall identify the protected portion(s) and specify the level of protection being asserted.

5.3 Inadvertent Failures to Designate. If corrected within a reasonable time of identifying an inadvertent failure to designate, an inadvertent failure to designate qualified information or items does not, standing alone, waive the Designating Party's right to secure protection under this Order for such material. Upon reasonably timely correction of a designation, the Receiving Party must make reasonable efforts to assure that the material is treated in accordance with the provisions of this Order.

6. CHALLENGING CONFIDENTIALITY DESIGNATIONS

6.1 Timing of Challenges. Any Party or Non-Party may challenge a designation of confidentiality at any time that is consistent with the Court's Scheduling Order. Unless a prompt challenge to a Designating Party's confidentiality designation is necessary to avoid foreseeable, substantial unfairness, unnecessary economic burdens, or a significant disruption or delay of the litigation, a Party does not waive its right to challenge a confidentiality designation by electing not to mount a challenge promptly after the original designation is disclosed.

6.2 Meet and Confer. The Challenging Party shall initiate the dispute resolution process consistent with Local Rule 37-1, et seq. The Challenging Party shall initiate the dispute resolution process by providing written notice of each designation it is challenging and describing the basis for each challenge. To avoid ambiguity as to whether a challenge has been made, the written notice must recite that the challenge to confidentiality is being made in accordance with this specific paragraph of the Protective Order. The parties shall attempt to resolve each challenge in good faith and must begin the process by conferring directly (in voice to voice dialogue consistent with Local Rule 37-1, et seq.; other forms of communication are not sufficient) within 10 days of the date of service of notice. In conferring, the Challenging Party must explain the basis for its belief that the confidentiality designation was not proper and must give the Designating Party an opportunity to review the designated material, to reconsider the circumstances, and, if no change in designation is offered, to explain the basis for the chosen designation. A Challenging Party may seek judicial assistance only if it has engaged in this meet and confer process in good faith or establishes that the Designating Party is unwilling to participate in the meet and confer process in a timely manner.

6.3 Burden of Persuasion. The burden of persuasion in any challenge proceeding shall be on the Designating Party. Frivolous challenges and those made for an improper purpose (e.g., to harass or impose unnecessary expenses and burdens on other parties) may expose the Challenging Party to sanctions. Unless the Designating Party has waived or withdrawn the confidentiality designation, all parties shall continue to afford the material in question the level of protection to which it is entitled under the Producing Party's designation until the Court rules on the challenge.

7. ACCESS TO AND USE OF PROTECTED MATERIAL

7.1 Basic Principles. A Receiving Party may use Disclosure or Discovery Material that is disclosed or produced by another Party or by a Non-Party in connection with this Action only for prosecuting, defending, or attempting to settle this Action. Protected Material may be disclosed only to the categories of persons and under the conditions described in this Order. When the Action has been terminated, a Receiving Party must comply with the provisions of section 13 below (FINAL DISPOSITION).

Protected Material must be stored and maintained by a Receiving Party at a location and in a secure manner that ensures that access is limited to the persons authorized under this Order.

7.2 Disclosure of "CONFIDENTIAL" Information or Items. Unless otherwise ordered by the Court or permitted in writing by the Designating Party, a Receiving Party may disclose any information or item designated "CONFIDENTIAL" only to:

(a) the Receiving Party's Outside Counsel of Record in this Action, as well as employees of said Outside Counsel of Record to whom it is reasonably necessary to disclose the information for this Action; (b) the officers, directors, and employees (including House Counsel) of the Receiving Party to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this Action; (c) Experts (as defined in this Order) of the Receiving Party to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this Action and who have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A); (d) the Court and its personnel; (e) court reporters and their staff; (f) professional jury or trial consultants, mock jurors, and Professional Vendors to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this Action and who have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A); (g) the custodian, author, or recipient of a document containing the information; (h) during their depositions, witnesses, and attorneys for witnesses, in the Action to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary provided: (1) the deposing Party requests that the witness sign the form attached as Exhibit A hereto; and (2) they will not be permitted to keep any confidential information unless they sign the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A), unless otherwise agreed by the Designating Party or ordered by the Court.; and (i) any mediator or settlement officer, and their supporting personnel, mutually agreed upon by any of the parties engaged in settlement discussions.

7.3 Disclosure of "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" Information or Items. Unless otherwise ordered by the Court or permitted in writing by the Designating Party, a Receiving Party may disclose any information or item designated "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" only to:

(a) the Receiving Party's Outside Counsel of Record in this action, as well as employees of said Outside Counsel of Record to whom it is reasonably necessary to disclose the information for this litigation and who have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" that is attached hereto as Exhibit A; (b) Experts of the Receiving Party (1) to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this litigation, (2) who have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A), and (3) as to whom the procedures set forth in paragraph 7.4(a)(2), below, have been followed; (c) the court and its personnel; (d) court reporters and their staff, professional jury or trial consultants, and Professional Vendors to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this litigation and who have signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A); (e) the author or recipient of a document containing the information or a custodian or other person who otherwise possessed or knew the information; and (f) Designated House Counsel of the Receiving Party (1) who has no involvement in competitive decision-making, (2) to whom disclosure is reasonably necessary for this litigation, (3) who has signed the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" (Exhibit A), and (4) as to whom the procedures set forth in paragraph 7.4(a)(1), below, have been followed.

7.4 Procedures for Approving or Objecting to Disclosure of "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" Information or Items to Designated House Counsel or Experts.

(a)(1) Unless otherwise ordered by the Court or agreed to in writing by the Designating Party, a Party that seeks to disclose to Designated House Counsel any information or item that has been designated "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" pursuant to paragraph 7.3(f) first must make a written request to the Designating Party that (1) sets forth the full name of the Designated House Counsel and the city and state of his or her residence, and (2) describes the Designated House Counsel's current and reasonably foreseeable future primary job duties and responsibilities in sufficient detail to determine if House Counsel is involved, or may become involved, in any competitive decision-making. (a)(2) Notwithstanding paragraph 7.4(a)(2)(i) below, unless otherwise ordered by the Court or agreed to in writing by the Designating Party, a Party that seeks to disclose to an Expert (as defined in this Order) any information or item that has been designated "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" pursuant to paragraph 7.3(b) first must make a written request to the Designating Party that (1) identifies the general categories of "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" information that the Receiving Party seeks permission to disclose to the Expert, (2) sets forth the full name of the Expert and the city and state of his or her primary residence, (3) attaches a copy of the Expert's current resume, (4) identifies the Expert's current employer(s), (5) identifies each person or entity from whom the Expert has received compensation or funding for work in his or her areas of expertise or to whom the expert has provided professional services, including in connection with a litigation, at any time during the preceding five years,4 and (6) identifies (by name and number of the case, filing date, and location of Court) any litigation in connection with which the Expert has offered expert testimony, including through a declaration, report, or testimony at a deposition or trial, during the preceding five years. (i) If the time for designating any Expert has not expired and the Expert has not been disclosed pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 26 or pursuant to order of the Court; or if an Expert is a consulting expert, a Party does not have to specifically comply with provisions (2)-(6) of paragraph 7.4(2)(a) above. In such a situation, a party shall make a good faith attempt to disclose sufficient information to comply with the spirit of paragraph 7.4(2)(a) above while protecting the identity of the consulting expert or non-disclosed Expert. Once an Expert is disclosed pursuant to Fed.R.Civ.P. 26 and/or pursuant to order of the Court, the Expert must fully comply with paragraph 7.4(2)(a) above. (b) A Party that makes a request and provides the information specified in the preceding respective paragraphs may disclose the subject Protected Material to the identified Designated House Counsel or Expert unless, within 5 business days of delivering the request, the Party receives a written objection from the Designating Party. Any such objection must set forth in detail the grounds on which it is based. (c) A Party that receives a timely written objection must meet and confer with the Designating Party (through direct voice to voice dialogue consistent with Local Rule 37-1, et seq.; other forms of communication are not sufficient) to try to resolve the matter by agreement within seven days of the written objection. If no agreement is reached, the Party seeking to make the disclosure to Designated House Counsel or the Expert may file a motion as provided in Local Rule 7 (and in compliance with Local Rule 79-5, if applicable) seeking permission from the Court to do so. Any such motion must describe the circumstances with specificity, set forth in detail the reasons why the disclosure to Designated House Counsel or the Expert is reasonably necessary, assess the risk of harm that the disclosure would entail, and suggest any additional means that could be used to reduce that risk. In addition, any such motion must be accompanied by a competent declaration describing the parties' efforts to resolve the matter by agreement (i.e., the extent and the content of the meet and confer discussions) and setting forth the reasons advanced by the Designating Party for its refusal to approve the disclosure.

In any such proceeding, the Party opposing disclosure to Designated House Counsel or the Expert shall bear the burden of proving that the risk of harm that the disclosure would entail (under the safeguards proposed) outweighs the Receiving Party's need to disclose the Protected Material to its Designated House Counsel or Expert.

8. PROTECTED MATERIAL SUBPOENAED OR ORDERED PRODUCED IN OTHER LITIGATION

If a Party is served with a subpoena or a court order issued in other litigation or a demand for the production of documents in an administrative proceeding or other similar action that compels disclosure of any information or items designated in this action as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" that Party must:

(a) Promptly notify in writing the Designating Party. Such notification shall include a copy of the subpoena, court order, or other demand;

(b) Promptly notify in writing the Party who caused the subpoena or order to issue in the other litigation that some or all of the material covered by the subpoena or order is subject to this Protective Order. Such notification shall include a copy of this Stipulated Protective Order; and

(c) Cooperate with respect to all reasonable procedures sought to be pursued by the Designating Party whose Protected Material may be affected.5

If the Designating Party timely seeks a protective order, the Party served with the subpoena, court order, or other demand, shall not produce any information designated in this action as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL" before a determination by the court or tribunal from which the subpoena or order issued, unless the Party has obtained the Designating Party's permission. The Designating Party shall bear the burden and expense of seeking protection in that court of its confidential material — and nothing in these provisions should be construed as authorizing or encouraging a Receiving Party in this action to disobey a lawful directive from another court.

9. A NON-PARTY'S PROTECTED MATERIAL SOUGHT TO BE PRODUCED IN THIS LITIGATION

(a) The terms of this Order are applicable to information produced by a Non-Party in this action and designated as "CONFIDENTIAL" or "HIGHLY CONFIDENTIAL." Such information produced by Non-Parties in connection with this litigation is protected by the remedies and relief provided by this Order. Nothing in these provisions should be construed as prohibiting a Non-Party from seeking additional protections.

(b) In the event that a Party is required, by a valid discovery request, to produce a Non-Party's confidential information in its possession, and the Party is subject to an agreement with the Non-Party not to produce the Non-Party's confidential information, then the Party shall:

1. Promptly notify in writing the Requesting Party and the Non-Party that some or all of the information requested is subject to a confidentiality agreement with a Non-Party; 2. Promptly provide the Non-Party with a copy of the Stipulated Protective Order in this litigation, the relevant discovery request(s), and a reasonably specific description of the information requested; and 3. Make the information requested available for inspection by the Non-Party.

(c) If the Non-Party fails to object or seek a protective order from this Court within 14 days of receiving the notice and accompanying information, the Receiving Party may produce the Non-Party's confidential information responsive to the discovery request. If the Non-Party timely seeks a protective order, the Receiving Party shall not produce any information in its possession or control that is subject to the confidentiality agreement with the Non-Party before a determination by the Court.6 Absent a Court order to the contrary, the Non-Party shall bear the burden and expense of seeking protection in this Court of its Protected Material.

10. UNAUTHORIZED DISCLOSURE OF PROTECTED MATERIAL

If a Receiving Party learns that, by inadvertence or otherwise, it has disclosed Protected Material to any person or in any circumstance not authorized under this Stipulated Protective Order, the Receiving Party must immediately (a) notify in writing the Designating Party of the unauthorized disclosures, (b) use its best efforts to retrieve all unauthorized copies of the Protected Material, (c) inform the person or persons to whom unauthorized disclosures were made of all the terms of this Order, and (d) request such person or persons to execute the "Acknowledgment and Agreement to Be Bound" that is attached hereto as Exhibit A.

11. INADVERTENT PRODUCTION OF PRIVILEGED OR OTHERWISE PROTECTED MATERIAL

When a Producing Party gives notice to Receiving Parties that certain inadvertently produced material is subject to a claim of privilege or other protection, the obligations of the Receiving Parties are those set forth in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(b)(5)(B). This provision is not intended to modify whatever procedure may be established in an e-discovery order regarding the inadvertent production of Disclosure or Discovery Material. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d) and (e), the inadvertent disclosure in this Action of Disclosure or Discovery Material protected by the attorney-client privilege and/or work product doctrine shall not operate as a waiver of the attorney-client privilege and/or work product doctrine.

12. MISCELLANEOUS

12.1 Right to Further Relief. Nothing in this Order abridges the right of any person to seek its modification by the Court in the future.

12.2 Right to Assert Other Objections. By stipulating to the entry of this Protective Order no Party waives any right it otherwise would have to object to disclosing or producing any information or item on any ground not addressed in this Stipulated Protective Order. Similarly, no Party waives any right to object on any ground to use in evidence of any of the material covered by this Protective Order.

12.3 Filing Protected Material. A Party that seeks to file under seal any Protected Material must comply with Local Rule 79-5 and Local Rule 7. Protected Material may only be filed under seal pursuant to a Court order authorizing the sealing of the specific Protected Material at issue. In accordance with Local Rule 79-5.1, a proposed filing containing Protected Material shall be accompanied by an application to file the papers or the portion thereof containing the Protected Material (if such portion is segregable) under seal; and that the application shall be directed to the judge to whom the papers are directed. If a Receiving Party desires to file Protected Material, the Receiving Party shall confer with the Designating Party in accordance with Local Rule 7 in order to afford the Designating Party an opportunity to support its position to the court in support of filing the Protected Material under seal. If a Party's request to file Protected Material under seal is denied by the Court, then the Receiving Party may file the information in the public record unless otherwise instructed by the Court.

13. FINAL DISPOSITION

After the final disposition of this Action, as defined in paragraph 4, within 60 days of a written request by the Designating Party, each Receiving Party must use reasonable efforts to return all Protected Material to the Producing Party or destroy such material. As used in this subdivision, "all Protected Material" includes all copies, abstracts, compilations, summaries, and any other format reproducing or capturing any of the Protected Material. The Receiving Party's reasonable efforts shall not require the return or destruction of confidential information from (i) disaster recovery or business continuity backups, (ii) data stored in system-generated temporary folders or near-line storage; (iii) unstructured departed employee data, and/or (iv) material that is subject to legal hold obligations or comingled with other such material. Backup storage media will not be restored for purposes of returning or certifying destruction of confidential information, but such retained information shall continue to be treated in accordance with the Order. Whether the Protected Material is returned or destroyed, the Receiving Party must submit a written certification to the Producing Party (and, if not the same person or entity, to the Designating Party) by the 60 day deadline that (1) identifies (by category, where appropriate) all the Protected Material that was returned or destroyed and (2) affirms that the Receiving Party has not retained any copies, abstracts, compilations, summaries or any other format reproducing or capturing any of the Protected Material except as otherwise permitted in this provision. Notwithstanding this provision, Counsel are entitled to retain an archival copy of all pleadings, motion papers, trial, deposition, and hearing transcripts, legal memoranda, correspondence, deposition and trial exhibits, expert reports, attorney work product, and consultant and expert work product, even if such materials contain Protected Material. Any such archival copies that contain or constitute Protected Material remain subject to this Protective Order as set forth in Section 4 (DURATION).

14. VIOLATIONS

Any violation of this Order may be punished by any and all appropriate measures including, without limitation, contempt proceedings and/or monetary sanctions.

IT IS SO STIPULATED, THROUGH COUNSEL OF RECORD:

Attorney Attestation

In accordance with Local Rule 5-4.3.4(a)(2)(i), the filer of this document hereby attests that the concurrence to the filing of this document has been obtained from the other signatories hereto, and that all signatories hereto have authorized its filing.

DATED: August 1, 2017 Respectfully submitted, /s/ Barry R. Schirm Barry R. Schirm

FOR GOOD CAUSE SHOWN, IT IS SO ORDERED.

EXHIBIT A

ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND AGREEMENT TO BE BOUND

I, __________________ [print or type full name], of _______________________ [print or type full address], declare under penalty of perjury that I have read in its entirety and understand the Stipulated Protective Order that was issued by the United States District Court for the Central District of California on __________ in the case of Sarah Abbott, Anjail Abdul Badee, et al., v. Guthy-Renker, LLC and WEN By Chaz Dean, Inc., Case No. 2:15-cv-01974-ODW-AGR. I agree to comply with and to be bound by all the terms of this Stipulated Protective Order and I understand and acknowledge that failure to so comply could expose me to sanctions and punishment in the nature of contempt. I solemnly promise that I will not disclose in any manner any information or item that is subject to this Stipulated Protective Order to any person or entity except in strict compliance with the provisions of this Order. I further agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the Central District of California for the purpose of enforcing the terms of this Stipulated Protective Order, even if such enforcement proceedings occur after termination of this action. I hereby appoint ______________________________ [print or type full name] of ____________ __________________ [print or type full address and telephone number] as my California agent for service of process in connection with this action or any proceedings related to enforcement of this Stipulated Protective Order.

Date: _____________ City and State where sworn and signed: ____________________________ Printed name: ____________________________ Signature: _______________________________

FootNotes


1. Cal. Civil Code § 3426.1 provides that trade secret "means information, including a formula, pattern, compilation, program, device, method, technique, or process, that: (1) Derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known to the public or to other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use; and (2) Is the subject of efforts that are reasonable under the circumstances to maintain its secrecy."
2. Personal Health Information includes, but is not limited to, demographic information; medical history; test and laboratory results; insurance information and other data that a health care professional collects to identify an individual and determine appropriate care.
3. Personally Identifiable Information includes any non-public personal information, including, but not limited to, full name and iterations of name; personal identification numbers, such as social security, passport or driver's license numbers; address information; asset information; telephone numbers; personal characteristics, such as photos and other images; and information about an individual that is linked or linkable to the foregoing items.
4. If the Expert believes any of this information is subject to a confidentiality obligation to a third-party, then the Expert should provide whatever information the Expert believes can be disclosed without violating any confidentiality agreements, and the Party seeking to disclose to the Expert shall be available to meet and confer with the Designating Party regarding any such engagement.
5. The purpose of imposing these duties is to alert the interested parties to the existence of this Protective Order and to afford the Designating Party in this case an opportunity to try to protect its confidentiality interests in the Court from which the subpoena or order issued.
6. The purpose of this provision is to alert the interested parties to the existence of confidentiality rights of a Non-Party and to afford the Non-Party an opportunity to protect its confidentiality interests in this Court.

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