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Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. v. Jui Li Enterprise Co., Ltd. et al., 2:13-cv-00987 (E.D. Wis.), and National Trucking Financial Reclamation Services, LLC v. Jui Li Enterprise Co., Ltd. et al., 2:14-cv-01061 (E.D. Wis.), which were consolidated with the lead case Fond du Lac Bumper Exchange Inc. v. Jui Li Enterprise Co. Ltd., et al., 2:09- cv-00852 (E.D. Wis.)

A Settlement has been reached with AP Auto Parts Industrial, Ltd., and Cornerstone Auto Parts, LLC ("Settling Defendants") in a class action lawsuit about whether it, together with Tong Yang Industry Co., Ltd., as successor-in-interest to Taiwan Kai Yih Industrial Co., Ltd., TYG Products, L.P., and Gordon Auto Body Parts Co., Ltd. (collectively, "First Settling Defendants") and Jui Li Enterprise Co., Ltd. ("Second Settling Defendant") violated state and federal antitrust laws and other state laws by agreeing to fix prices and limit the supply of Aftermarket Automotive Sheet Metal ("AMSM") Products.

AMSM Products are defined as any and all aftermarket automotive products made of any kind of sheet metal, including, but not limited to, hoods, doors, bumpers, fenders, bonnets, floor panels, trunk assemblies, trunk lids, tailgates, roof panels, and reinforcement parts. Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts are not aftermarket automotive products and therefore are not included.

Settling Defendants have agreed to pay USD $50,000 in settlement of the claims against them. Due to a requirement of Taiwan law that applies to the fund because it will originate from a Taiwan bank account, twenty percent will be withheld as taxes, resulting in a total deposit in the amount of USD$40,000 in an escrow account in the United States (the "Settlement Fund").

Each Settlement Class member that submitted a valid Claim Form during the prior settlements with First Settling Defendants will receive a pro rata share of the Net Settlement Fund based on their volume of qualifying AMSM Product purchases as compared to the total volume of all Settlement Class members' qualifying AMSM Product purchases.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS
SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM

We are not accepting new claims in this matter.

If you submitted a Claim Form during the prior settlement with the First Settlement Defendant, you are choosing to stay in the Class. You are bound by these Settlements, as well as the outcome of the litigation against Settling Defendants.

EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE CLASS
December 19, 2019
If you decide to exclude yourself, you are choosing to remove yourself from the the litigation against Settling Defendants. This means that (1) you will not be bound by the outcome of the litigation against Settling Defendants; and (2) you will not be eligible to receive a payment from this Settlement or any future settlements or judgments.
OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENTS
December 19, 2019
You may tell the Court that you do not agree with the Settlement or some part of them. You may provide reasons why you feel they should not be approved. If you did not exclude yourself from the settlements with First Settling Defendants or Second Settling Defendant and do not exclude yourself from this Settlement, you may object and notify the Court that you or your lawyer intends to appear at the Court’s final approval hearing.
DO NOTHING If you did nothing, you will not receive a cash payment from this Settlement or any future settlements or judgments in the litigation. In addition, you are bound by the release provided in these Settlements as well as the outcome of the litigation against Settling Defendants.

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in the Notices. For complete Settlement details, you can review the Settlement Agreements, email us at info@aftermarketsheetmetalindirectpurchasersettlement.com or call 1 (866) 858-6088.

The Court in charge of this case still has to decide whether to approve this Settlement. If the Court denies approval this Settlement, the Settlement Agreement will be null and void and the litigation will continue with Settling Defendants.