This settlement affects the rights of approximately 510 individual class members who, as part of a rental agreement, occupied dwelling units managed by The Management Group, Inc. in the State of Oregon, from March 9, 2019 to September 8, 2021.
If you do nothing and you are one of the class members, and this class action settlement is approved by the Court, you will be mailed a check for approximately $588.
A court authorized this settlement. This is not a solicitation from a lawyer.
- This settlement concerns a lawsuit filed by plaintiff Christine Angelique against defendants The Management Group, Inc. and Cycle Homes, LLC, Case No. 21CV21805 (State of Oregon, Multnomah County).
- This class action settlement will completely resolve the lawsuit against the defendants.
- The lawsuit alleges that the defendants failed to provide adequate disclosures and information to tenants pertaining to utility billing, as required by ORS 90.315. Defendants deny all liability.
- After this lawsuit was filed, defendants discontinued the practices alleged to violate ORS 90.315.
- Under the settlement, defendants shall pay $450,000 to the settlement fund, which will be used to pay class members and to cover attorney fees, costs, and expenses to class counsel.
- If you are a class member, your legal rights are affected whether you act or do not act.
- For the precise terms and conditions of the settlement, and to check if you are a class member, please refer to the FAQs section.
ALL QUESTIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE SETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATOR, ANGEION AT 1-888-507-7787 OR BY EMAIL AT INFO@OREGONRENTLAW.COM
|Your Legal Rights and Options in This Lawsuit:|
|Join the Class, Do Nothing||
You will be mailed a check for approximately $588 if the settlement is approved, and have no right to sue later for the claims released by the settlement.
|Join the Class, But File an Objection||
You will file a written objection asking the Court to deny the proposed settlement terms. If the Court sustains the objection, the case will not settle.
|Join the Class, But File an Objection and Go to a Hearing||
You will speak in Court explaining your written objection asking the Court to deny the proposed settlement terms. If the Court sustains the objection, the case will not settle.
|Exclude Yourself From the Class||
You will opt out of the lawsuit and the settlement. This is the only option that allows you to later sue for the claims released by the settlement.
These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in the class notice found here. The Court in charge of this case still has to decide whether to approve the settlement.