A class action was commenced in which it was alleged that certain manufacturers of Polyester Staple unlawfully conspired to fix prices and allocate markets for Polyester Staple. Damages were sought on behalf of all people who purchased Polyester Staple between at least September 1, 1999 and January 31, 2001.
Polyester Staple is a man-made, petroleum based fiber that is manufactured in varying thickness and lengths. Polyester staple fiber is used to make textiles, fabrics, clothing, home furnishings and many other products.
Settlements have been reached in this action which resolves the litigation. The deadline to file a claim under the settlements was January 17, 2006. This settlement has concluded and all claims have been paid.
- Notice of Certification and Settlement Approval (English Version) (French Version)
- Distribution Protocol (PDF Document)
- Dupont Settlement Agreement (PDF Document)
- Kosa Settlement Agreement (PDF Document)
- Nan Ya Plastics Settlement Agreement (PDF Document)
- Wellman Settlement Agreement (PDF Document)
- Statement of Claim (PDF Document)
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