Ebarle et al. v. LifeLock, Inc.
www.EbarleClassSettlement.com

Overview of the Proposed Settlement

Important Update

On September 20, 2016, the Court granted final approval of the Settlement and entered a final judgment. Several appeals have been filed challenging the settlement and/or the amount awarded in Attorneys’ Fees. You can review the notice of appeals here. The pending appeals do not impact the timing of payment of the settlement benefits. Settlement benefit checks were mailed to Settlement Class Members eligible for a payment on October 11, 2016. Please allow 7-10 days for your check to arrive. If you have any questions regarding your Settlement benefit check please contact us at the contact information listed below.

A proposed Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit that challenges representations LifeLock made regarding its identity theft protection plans and information security programs. LifeLock denies the allegations or that it did anything wrong. The court has not decided who is right in the lawsuit.

If you were a member of a LifeLock identity theft protection plan at any time between September 1, 2010, and January 20, 2016, you are a Class Member and were eligible to submit a claim to receive a cash payment. If you enrolled in a LifeLock identity theft protection plan between January 1, 2012, and April 30, 2015, you are also a Subclass Member.

As a result of the Settlement, LifeLock has agreed to pay $68 million to a Settlement Fund. All Class Members were able to file claims for cash payments of up to $20. Subclass Members who did not exclude themselves from the Settlement will receive automatic payments under the Settlement, but will also receive an additional payment if they submitted a valid claim.

Your legal rights are affected whether you act or do not act. Read the notice and the information on this Settlement Website carefully. Your rights and options, and the deadlines to exercise them, are explained in the notice and on this Settlement Website.

The Court will decide whether to approve the Settlement. Proposed payments to Class Members and Subclass Members who did not exclude themselves from the Settlement will be made if the Court approves the Settlement. Please be patient and check back to this website to find out when the cash payments may be available.

SUMMARY OF YOUR OPTIONS AND LEGAL RIGHTS IN THIS SETTLEMENT
SUBMIT A CLAIM If you are a Class Member, you had the opportunity to submit a Claim Form. The deadline to submit a Claim Form has passed. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.
AUTOMATIC PAYMENT TO SUBCLASS MEMBERS If you are a Subclass Member, and did not exclude yourself from the Settlement, you will automatically receive a cash payment if the Settlement is approved. This automatic cash payment will be in addition to the amount you will receive if you submitted a Claim Form. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE SETTLEMENT You won’t receive a cash payment from the Settlement. This is the only option that allows you to retain your right to bring another lawsuit against LifeLock about the claims in this lawsuit. The postmark or email deadline to exclude yourself has passed. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.
DO NOTHING If the Settlement is approved and you do nothing, you will be bound by the Settlement terms and judgment and will not be able to later sue LifeLock about the claims in this lawsuit. If you are a Subclass Member and do nothing, you will still receive an automatic cash payment. If you are not a Subclass Member and do nothing, you will not receive a cash payment. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.
OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT Write to the Court if you don’t like the Settlement. You had the opportunity to object to the Settlement and also submit a claim for a payment under the Settlement. The postmark or email deadline to send an objection has passed. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.
ATTEND THE HEARING The Court has set a hearing on June 23, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. regarding the fairness of the Settlement. You may appear at the hearing, but you don’t have to. You may hire your own attorney to appear for you. See the Long Form Class Notice for more details.