Amin et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al.
Mercedes HVAC Settlement
Case No. 1:17-cv-01701-AT

Frequently Asked Questions

 

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  • A Settlement has been reached with Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC (collectively “Defendants”) in a class action lawsuit.  Plaintiffs allege in the lawsuit that the HVAC systems in certain Mercedes-Benz vehicles are defectively designed such that they accumulate mold or mildew and emit related odors. Defendants Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC deny the allegations in the lawsuit and deny they acted improperly or did anything wrong. 

    Both sides have agreed to the proposed Settlement to avoid the costs and risks of a lengthy trial and appeals process.  For the precise terms and conditions of the Settlement, please review the Settlement Agreement.

  • The Court did not decide in favor of Plaintiffs or Defendants. Instead, both sides agreed to a Settlement they believe is fair, after considering the risks and costs of continued litigation. The Plaintiffs and Class Counsel believe the proposed Settlement confers substantial benefits on the Class and represents a fair and  reasonable resolution of the lawsuit.

    Defendants deny the claims in the lawsuit; deny all allegations of wrongdoing, fault, liability, or damage to the Plaintiffs and the Class; deny that the HVAC systems in the covered vehicles are defective; and deny that they acted improperly or wrongfully in any way. Defendants nevertheless recognize the expense and time that would be required to defend the lawsuit through trial and have taken this into account in agreeing to this Settlement.

  • In a class action, one or more Plaintiffs called “Class Representatives” sue on behalf of themselves and all others with similar claims. This group of people is called the “Class” and the people in the class are called “Class Members.” One court resolves the issues for all Class Members, except for those who exclude themselves from the Class.

    This lawsuit is Amin et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al., Case No. 1:17-cv-01701-AT (N.D. Ga.). The judge is Amy Totenberg of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Please do not contact the Court or the Court Clerk’s Office for help with the Settlement Process. They do not have any additional information.

  • You are a Class Member if you are a current or former owner or lessee of a covered Mercedes-Benz vehicle and you purchased or leased your vehicle in the United States.

    Excluded from the Class are:

    (a) Persons who have settled with, released, or otherwise had claims adjudicated on the merits against Defendants arising from the same core allegations or circumstances as the Litigation Claims, except that such persons shall remain eligible to receive future repairs and reimbursement for past repairs (both subject to applicable limitations and proof requirements) occurring after the date of such settlement, release, or adjudication on the merits;

    (b) employees of Defendants; and

    (c) the judges in this and related cases, and members of their respective families.

    Personal injury claims (i.e. claims about health effects stemming from moldy HVAC) are not included in the lawsuit or this Settlement – if you have such claims, you still can participate in the Settlement and you will not give up your right to sue the Defendants separately for your health-related claims.

    More details about the Class, its claims, and the Settlement can be found in the Settlement Agreement and other documents available on the Important Documents page.

  • You are a Class Member if you are a current or former owner or lessee of a covered Mercedes-Benz vehicle who purchased or leased your vehicle in the United States. You may look up your VIN here to see if your vehicle is covered.

  • The Settlement covers the following vehicles:

    • C - Class (model years 2008-2019);
    • GLK - Class (model years 2010-2015);
    • CLS - Class (model years 2012-2017);
    • E - Class (model years 2010-2019);
    • GLA - Class (model years 2015-2019);
    • GL - Class (model years 2013-2016);
    • GLE - Class (model years 2016-2019);
    • GLS - Class (model years 2017-2019);
    • M - Class (model years 2012-2015); or
    • GLC - Class (model years 2016-2019).

    You may look up your VIN here to see if your vehicle is covered in the class.

     
  • “HVAC” refers to the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning system. Examples of repairs that may be covered include cleaning the evaporator and replacing the filter. Evaporator replacement is included as a past repair eligible for reimbursement only if the replacement was done at an Authorized Service Center.

  • You may find your VIN on the front of the dashboard on the driver's side.  The best way to see it is to look through the windshield from outside the car.  You may also find your VIN on the driver's side door panel.  Open the door and look around the area where the door latches to the car.  If you cannot find the VIN on the vehicle, you should also be able to locate it on your vehicle's title or liability insurance documents.

  • The Postcard Settlement Notice was sent to owners and lessees of covered Mercedes-Benz vehicles based on Defendant’s records.

    All Class Members have a legal right to know about this proposed Settlement and their options before the Court decides whether to approve the Settlement.

    It is critical that Class Members read the entire Detailed Settlement Notice carefully because your legal rights are affected by whether you act or don’t act.

  • If you are not sure whether you are in the Class, you may contact the Settlement Administrator by email at info@mercedesHVACsettlement.com or by phone toll-free at 1-888-924-0851.

    You may also look up your VIN here to see if your vehicle is included in the class.

    More details about the Class, its claims, and the Settlement can be found in the Settlement Agreement and other documents available on the Important Documents page.

  • If you are not a current or former owner or lessee of a covered Mercedes Benz vehicle, then you are not eligible to participate.

  • Federal District Court Judge Amy Totenberg, of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, is overseeing the Settlement.  Please do not contact the Court or the Court Clerk’s Office for help with the Settlement process.  They do not have any additional information.

  • The Settlement provides two types of benefits to Class Members:

    (1) cash reimbursement for costs you paid for certain past repairs of the HVAC system, and

    (2) coverage for those repairs in the future.

    The percentage of reimbursement or coverage is on a sliding scale based on the age/mileage of the vehicle, as follows:

    Vehicle Age Time Period Reimbursement/ Coverage Amount
    Warranty Coverage Period (the earlier of 4 years from in-service date or 50,000 miles, under standard warranty) 100%
    From end of Warranty Coverage Period to the earlier of 8 years from in-service date or 100,000 miles 70%
    From end of prior Period to the earlier of 10 years from in-service date or 125,000 miles 50%

    There is no reimbursement or coverage for vehicles over 10 years or 125,000 miles.

    The maximum reimbursement for a single past repair performed by an Independent Service Provider shall not exceed $300. If there were multiple past repairs performed by an Independent Service Provider, the total reimbursement shall not exceed $900.

    No reimbursement will be paid for replacement of the evaporator if it was replaced by an Independent Service Provider.

  • Covered past repairs are those that occur before December 7, 2020, that are related to a customer complaint of moldy, mildew-y, or similar odor emanating from the vehicle’s HVAC system.

    Examples include cleaning the evaporator (flushing, Wynn, Contra-Sept, and any other cleaning methods or services) and replacing the filter. Evaporator replacement is covered as a past repair only if the replacement was done at an Authorized Service Center.   

    Only costs you paid out of pocket are eligible for reimbursement. If all or part of the repair cost was covered by Mercedes, you are not eligible for reimbursement of that amount.

    Past owners and lessees can make claims for reimbursement of covered past repairs even if they no longer own the covered vehicle.

    If your past repair occurred before May 11, 2020, you must submit a Claim Form on or before July 25, 2020 to qualify for reimbursement.

    If your past repair occurs between May 11, 2020, and December 7, 2020, you must submit a Claim Form within seventy-five (75) days of the date of the repair.

    If you need a covered repair after December 7, 2020, please make an appointment at an Authorized Service Center for a future repair. There will be no reimbursements for costs you paid out of pocket for covered repairs performed after December 7, 2020.

  • A covered future repair is any repair to clean the vehicle’s evaporator and/or replace the filter that is performed at an Authorized Service Center on or after December 7, 2020.

    You do not need to bring your vehicle in for a future repair until and unless you experience moldy, mildew-y odors emanating from the HVAC system.

    Only current owners and lessees are eligible for future repairs.

  • The in-service date is the date the vehicle was originally sold/leased new to its first owner/lessee. If you are not the first owner/lessee, you can find this information on, for example, a Carfax report.

  • Yes, you are still eligible for reimbursement and future repairs until your vehicle reaches 10 years from in-service date or 125,000 miles.

  • Yes, even if you no longer have the vehicle, you are still eligible for reimbursement of covered past repair costs you paid for on your former vehicle. 

  • You are only eligible to file a claim for reimbursement if you paid the repair costs and were the owner or lessee at the time of repair.

  • Personal injury claims (i.e. claims about health effects stemming from moldy HVAC) are not included in this Settlement. If you have such claims, you can participate in the Settlement and you will not give up your right to sue the Defendants separately for your health-related claims.

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  • Any Class Member who wishes to make a reimbursement claim for a covered past repair must submit a completed and signed Claim Form, along with the following items of proof:

    1. Documentation showing that the vehicle received a covered past repair, the reason for the repair,* and the cost of the repair. Examples include, but are not limited to, repair orders, repair invoices, or other similar service center records;
    2. Reasonable documentation that you paid for the repair, such as a credit card statement, an invoice showing a zero balance, a receipt showing payment, or other such proof; and
    3. Proof that you owned or leased the vehicle at the time of the repair, such as a copy of the vehicle title, vehicle registration, bill of sale, vehicle lease agreement, insurance documentation, or financing documentation.

    *A repair shall not qualify for reimbursement if the invoice or other documentation either omits the reason for the repair or describes an odor source other than moldy or mildew odors originating from the HVAC system.

    If the repair was performed by an Independent Service Provider, the following conditions and requirements also apply in addition to the three mentioned above:

    1. You must provide proof that within a six-month period prior to the first past repair performed by the Independent Service Provider, the vehicle was diagnosed by an Authorized Service Center as having moldy or mildew-y odors originating from the HVAC system.
    2. The maximum reimbursement for a single past repair performed by an Independent Service Provider shall not exceed $300. If there were multiple past repairs performed by an Independent Service Provider, the total reimbursement shall not exceed $900.
    3. No reimbursement will be paid for replacement of the evaporator if it was replaced by an Independent Service Provider.

    You must submit a Claim form to qualify for reimbursement for past repairs. 

    For repairs that occurred before May 11, 2020 you must submit your Claim Form (online or postmarked) by July 25, 2020 to qualify for reimbursement.

    For repairs that occur between May 11, 2020, and December 7, 2020, you must submit a Claim Form within 75 days of the date of the repair. 

    If you need a covered repair after December 7, 2020, please make an appointment at an Authorized Service Center for a future repair. There will be no reimbursements for costs you paid out of pocket for covered repairs performed after December 7, 2020.

    You may submit a claim online, or, if you are unable to complete the claim online, you may download a Claim Form or contact the Settlement Administrator at 1-844-924-0851 or info@mercedesHVACsettlement.com to request that a Claim Form be mailed to you. 

    Follow all instructions on the Claim Form and make sure to inform the Settlement Administrator of any changes in your address after you have submitted your Claim Form.

  • For covered past repairs:

    If your past repair occurred prior to May 11, 2020, you must submit a Claim Form on or before July 25, 2020, to qualify for reimbursement.

    If your past repair occurs between May 11, 2020, and December 7, 2020, you must submit a Claim Form within 75 days of the date of the repair.

    If you need a covered repair after December 7, 2020, please make an appointment at an Authorized Service Center for a future repair. There will be no reimbursements for costs you paid out of pocket for covered repairs performed after December 7, 2020.

    For covered future repairs:

    Future repairs may be made from December 7, 2020, until your vehicle reaches 10 years or 125,000 miles.

  • Yes. If you need to change or add information provided in your Claim Form, you may contact the Settlement Administrator by email at info@mercedesHVACsettlement.com or by mail at Mercedes HVAC Settlement, c/o JND Legal Administration, PO Box 91329, Seattle, WA 98111.

    If you have already submitted your claim online and want to add additional supporting documentation, you may do so until the claim filing deadline by visiting the File a Claim page and clicking the "Add Supporting Documentation" button.

  • No further action is required from you at this time.

    Upon receipt of your Claim Form, the Settlement Administrator will review it. If there are any deficiencies or missing information, the Settlement Administrator will notify you by first-class mail, and you will have thirty (30) days from the postmarked date on the deficiency notice to submit information to cure the deficiencies.

  • You do not need to take any action now; future coverage is automatic for covered vehicles.

    Beginning on December 7, 2020, if and when a moldy, mildew-y HVAC odor arises, you simply bring your vehicle to an Authorized Service Center to receive a future repair. All covered vehicles are eligible for unlimited future repairs until 10 years after their in-service date or 125,000 miles, whichever comes first. 

    To determine coverage, a technician will perform an odor diagnostic test and verify that the source of the odor in the vehicle is mold or mildew odors originating from the HVAC system. To qualify for coverage, you must present the following items of proof to the Authorized Service Center at the time that coverage is requested:

    1. Proof that the vehicle’s currently installed filter is a Mercedes-Benz brand or other approved filter. Such proof includes, but is not limited to, an Authorized Service Center employee examining the filter and determining whether it is an approved filter, a service center invoice indicating installation of an approved filter in the vehicle, or a receipt of purchase of an approved filter that was self-installed.
    2. Proof that the vehicle timely received proper service in reasonable compliance with the vehicle’s maintenance schedule for the two service intervals immediately prior to the requested repair. Such proof includes, but is not limited to, documentation from an Authorized Service Center or Independent Service Provider indicating the vehicle’s maintenance history, information found in the Authorized Service Center’s own service records for the vehicle, or receipts of parts and materials used for maintenance that you performed on the vehicle.
  • If you encounter a moldy, mildew-y HVAC odor and require repair prior to December 7, 2020, you will have to pay for the repair and file a claim for reimbursement.

    Repairs that occur after the vehicle has reached 10 years or 125,000 miles do not qualify for reimbursement or coverage under the future repairs option.

  • Yes.  You will need to file separate claims for each vehicle.

    If you own more than 11 covered vehicles, please contact the Settlement Administrator at 1-844-924-0851 for claim filing assistance.

  • If a vehicle has had more than one owner or lessee who paid for repairs to the HVAC system, each owner or lessee can seek reimbursement for the repair costs they paid.

  • “Independent Service Provider” means any vehicle repair service provider other than an Authorized Service Center

  • Class Members may elect to receive payment of their claims via electronic payment (Venmo or PayPal) or by written check. In the event a Class Member elects to receive payment by written check, the check will be valid for 180 days from the date of issue and will be sent via first-class United States mail to the address shown on the Class Member’s Claim Form.

  • The date when payments are sent out depends on the Court’s final approval of the Settlement, and whether there are any appeals.

    The earliest possible date payments could be sent out is November 9, 2020, but it will likely be later. We will update this page with more information as the date approaches.

    Under the Settlement, the deadline for the Settlement Administrator to determine the validity of a reimbursement claim is 90 days after the Effective Date. The deadline for valid reimbursement claims to be paid is 30 days after the final decision approving the claim.

  • The Settlement Administrator will review all claims and determine eligibility and awards based on the terms of the Settlement Agreement.

  • If the Settlement Administrator denies your claim for a past repair reimbursement, you will be informed by first class mail and instructed on how to appeal this determination.  You will then have 30 days to dispute the denial (measured from the postmark date of the denial notice).  To do so, you must send to the Settlement Administrator a statement (maximum two pages long) explaining why your claim should not have been denied.  An independent third party will determine the validity of your claim, and their decision will be final and binding on you, Class Counsel, and the Defendants.

  • Yes. Any appeal of Settlement approval will delay payments to Class Members until the appeal(s) are resolved. 

  • In exchange for participating in the Settlement, Class Members give up the right to sue Defendants on their own for claims that the HVAC systems in certain Mercedes-Benz vehicles are defectively designed such that they accumulate mold or mildew and emit related odors. Class Members will also be bound by any decisions by the Court relating to the Settlement.

    Personal injury claims (i.e. claims about health effects stemming from moldy HVAC) are not included in this Settlement, therefore you are not giving up your right to sue the Defendants separately for any health-related claims.

    If you sign the Claim Form, you will agree to a Release of claims which describes exactly the legal claims that you give up if you get Settlement Benefits. The Release is defined and detailed in the Settlement Agreement which can be found on the Important Documents page.

    If you have any questions, you can talk to Class Counsel free of charge or you may talk to your own lawyer (at your own expense).

  • The Court has already preliminarily approved the Settlement.

    The Court will hold its Final Fairness Hearing on September 9, 2020, at 10:30 a.m. at the United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, 2388 Richard B. Russell Federal Building and United States Courthouse, 75 Ted Turner Drive, SW Atlanta, GA 30303-3309.

    The hearing may be moved to a different date or time without additional direct notice to you. If there is a change, we will update this FAQ to reflect the new date and time.

    At the Final Fairness Hearing, the Court will consider whether the proposed Settlement is fair, reasonable, and adequate under the rules governing such Settlements. If there are objections or comments, the Court will consider them at that time and may listen to people who have asked to speak at the hearing. The Court will decide whether to approve the Settlement at or after the hearing.

  • The Court has appointed the below lawyers, known as Class Counsel, to represent all Class Members in connection with the Settlement. You can contact Class Counsel, confidentially and at no cost to you, and they will help you with any legal questions about your claim. (For logistical questions, please contact the Settlement Administrator at info@mercedesHVACsettlement.com). If you want to be represented by a lawyer other than Class Counsel, you may hire one at your own expense.

    Annika K. Martin
    LIEFF CABRASER HEIMANN & BERNSTEIN, LLP
    250 Hudson Street, 8th Floor
    New York, New York 10013
    Phone: (212) 355-9500
    Email: akmartin@LCHB.com

    Ketan A. Patel
    CORPUS LAW PATEL, LLC
    PO Box 724713
    Atlanta, GA 31139
    Phone: (678) 597-8020
    Email: kp@personalinjury-ga.com

  • The Court has to approve any payment to Class Counsel. Class Counsel has asked the Court for attorneys’ fees up to $5,200,000, up to $200,000 for expenses, and an amount not to exceed $40,000 total for Class Representative Service Awards. Defendants have agreed not to oppose these fees and expenses. The Court may award less than these amounts. The fees and expenses that the Court approves will be paid by Defendants – none of it will come out of any Class Member’s recovery. The costs to administer the Settlement will also be paid by Defendants.

    Class Counsel filed their motion for attorneys' fees and expenses on April 13, 2020. You can view Class Counsel’s motion for attorneys’ fees and expenses on the Important Documents page on this website.

  • No. Class Counsel will answer any questions Judge Totenberg may have, but you are welcome to come at your own expense. If you send an objection, you do not have to come to Court to talk about it. As long as you mailed your written objection on time, the Court will consider it. You may also pay your own lawyer to attend, but it is not necessary.

  • Class Members may attend the Final Fairness Hearing, and may ask to speak if they wish to, but they are not required to do so. Who may speak at the hearing is subject to the Court’s discretion. Class Members cannot speak at the Final Fairness Hearing if they requested exclusion from the Settlement.

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  • If you are a Class member and you have objections to any aspect of the Settlement, you have the option to express your views to the Court by filing an objection. You cannot ask the Court to order a larger or different Settlement – the Court can only approve or deny the Settlement the parties have reached. If the Court denies approval of the Settlement, no payments will be made, and litigation will continue.

    All objections must be in writing and must be filed with the Court, with copies sent to Class Counsel and Defense Counsel at the addresses provided below.  Your objection must be filed on or before July 25, 2020, or it will not be considered.  Any objection to the proposed Settlement must include the following:

    • The Class Member's full name, current address, and telephone number;
    • The Vehicle Identification Number and the dates of ownership or lease of the vehicle;
    • A statement that the objector has reviewed the Settlement Class Definition and understands that s/he is a Class Member and has not opted out of the Settlement Class;
    • A complete statement of all legal factual bases for any objection that the objector wishes to assert;
    • Copies of any documents or witnesses that support the objection; and
    • A dated, handwritten signature.

     

    Clerk of the Court
    Clerk of the Court
    United States Courthouse
    75 Ted Turner Drive, NW
    Suite 2211
    Atlanta, Georgia 30303
     

    Class Counsel
    Annika K. Martin
    Lieff Cabraser Heimann
    & Bernstein, LLP
    250 Hudson Street, 8th Floor
    New York, New York 10013
     

    Defense Counsel
    Troy M. Yoshino
    Eric J. Knapp
    Scott J. Carr
    Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
    275 Battery St. Suite 2600
    San Francisco, California 94111
     

     
  • If you are a Class Member and exclude yourself (opt out) from the Settlement, you are telling the Court that you do not want to participate in the Settlement. For that reason, you will not be eligible to receive any benefits from the Settlement and you will not be able to object to it, as it will no longer apply to you or bind you.

    If you are a Class Member and you object to the Settlement, you are telling the Court you want to remain a part of the Class, but that there is something about the Settlement you do not like, and therefore you want the Court to deny approval of the Settlement and send the case back to litigation. If you object, and the Settlement is approved over your objection, you are still eligible to receive payment(s) from the Settlement (although you will not receive any payment until your objection is resolved).

  • Yes, if you do not want a payment from this settlement, or to be eligible for future repairs, but you want to keep the right to sue or continue to sue Defendants, on your own, about the legal issues in this case, then you can take steps to get out. This is called excluding yourself, sometimes referred to as opting out of the Settlement Class.

    Personal injury claims (i.e. claims about health effects stemming from moldy HVAC) are not included in the lawsuit or this Settlement – therefore you do not have to opt out to retain your right to sue the Defendants separately for your health-related claims.

    The deadline to opt out of the Settlement is July 25, 2020. Any Class Member who wants to be excluded from the Class must submit a written request for exclusion to the Settlement Administrator at: Mercedes HVAC Settlement, c/o JND Legal Administration, PO Box 91329, Seattle, WA 98111.

    Your request must include:

    1. The Class Member’s full name, current address, and telephone number;
    2. The Vehicle Identification Number and dates of ownership or lease for the vehicle;
    3. A dated, handwritten signature; and
    4. A written statement that the Class Member has reviewed the Class Notice and wishes to be excluded from the Settlement.
  • No. If you opt out (exclude yourself) from the Settlement, you will not receive any payment(s) or other benefits from the Settlement including covered future repairs.

  • No. Unless Class Members exclude themselves from the Settlement by July 25, 2020, they give up any right to sue Defendants for the claims being release in this Litigation (Amin et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al., Case No. 1:17-cv-01701-AT (N.D. Ga)), which are claims that the HVAC systems in certain Mercedes-Benz vehicles are defectively designed such that they accumulate mold or mildew and emit related odors.

    If you have a pending lawsuit against any of the Defendants, speak to your lawyer as soon as possible. You may need to exclude yourself from this settlement to continue your own lawsuit.

  • If you do nothing, you will get no payment for reimbursement of past repairs, but you will still be eligible for coverage of future repairs. You will give up your rights to sue Defendants about the legal claims in this case.

    Personal injury claims (i.e. claims about health effects stemming from moldy HVAC) are not included in the lawsuit or this Settlement – therefore even if you take no action you will not give up your right to sue the Defendants separately for your health-related claims.

  • No. 

  • You can contact Class Counsel for help with any legal questions, and they will help you at no cost to you. Logistical questions should be directed to the Settlement Administrator at info@mercedesHVACsettlement.com.

    The Court has appointed the following lawyers, known as Class Counsel, to represent the Class Members in connection with the Settlement:

    Annika K. Martin
    LIEFF CABRASER HEIMANN & BERNSTEIN, LLP
    250 Hudson Street, 8th Floor
    New York, New York 10013
    Phone: (212) 355-9500
     

    Ketan A. Patel
    CORPUS LAW PATEL, LLC
    PO Box 724713
    Atlanta, GA 31139
    Phone: (678) 597-8020
     

  • The Detailed Settlement Notice summarizes the Settlement and Class Members' rights and options. More details are contained in the Settlement Agreement. You can get copies of the Settlement Agreement, and more information about the Settlement, on the Important Documents page of this website. You also may contact the Settlement Administrator.

    For a more detailed statement of the matters involved in the Litigation or the Settlement, you may review the various documents on the Important Documents page and/or the other documents filed in this case by visiting (during business hours) the Clerk’s office at the United District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, 2388 Richard B. Russell Federal Building and United States Courthouse, 75 Ted Turner Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30303-3309, File: Amin et al. v. Mercedes-Benz, USA, LLC, No. 1:17-cv-01701-AT, or by accessing the docket in this case through the Court’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) system.

    Please do not – under any circumstances – telephone the Court or the Court Clerk’s office to inquire about the Settlement or the claim process. They do not have additional information and cannot help you with this process.

     
  • As provided in the Settlement Agreement, “Litigation Claims” means the claims asserted by Plaintiffs in the three actions constituting this Litigation: Amin et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al., Case No. 17- CV-01701-AT (N.D. Ga.), pending in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia; Bhatt et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al., Case No. 16-CV-03171-TJH-RAO (C.D. Cal.), pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California; and Biase et al. v. Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC et al., Case No. 18-CV-17128-MCA-MAH (D. N.J.), pending in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

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