What is this lawsuit about?
Plaintiffs Versil Milton and Shiloh Borsh (the “Representative Plaintiffs”) filed a lawsuit against Guess on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated. The lawsuit alleges that Guess engaged in deceptive advertising by advertising false reference prices on merchandise in Guess Factory stores in California.
Guess denies each and every one of the allegations of unlawful conduct, any wrongdoing, and any liability whatsoever, and no court or other entity has made any judgment or other determination of any liability. Guess further denies that any Class Member is entitled to any relief and, other than for settlement purposes, that this Action is appropriate for certification as a class action.
The issuance of this Notice is not an expression of the Court's opinion on the merits or the lack of merits of the Representative Plaintiffs' claims in the Action.
For information about how to learn about what has happened in the Action to date, please see FAQ 21.
What relief does the Settlement provide to the Class Members?
Guess has agreed to provide Class Members with a Settlement Voucher or Settlement Vouchers good for purchase in a Guess Factory store in California. The form and amount of Settlement Voucher available to each Class Member depends on the total of the Class Member's Qualifying Purchases made between April 17, 2011 and February 26, 2018.
A Class Member who submits a timely and sufficient Claim Form ("Authorized Claimant") shall be able to identify the form of Settlement Voucher he or she wishes to receive on the Claim Form. For more information, please see the FAQ page.