What is this lawsuit about?
This is a proposed class action on behalf of customers who received and paid for student-provided services at one of the five student salon clinics operated by the Robert Fiance Beauty School in New Jersey between January 25, 2010 and March 15, 2019. One or more of the Defendants operates each of the five Robert Fiance Beauty School student salon clinics in New Jersey, where cosmetology students provide cosmetology, hairstyling and other services to the general public in exchange for certain fees. The Plaintiff contends that these fees exceeded the cost of the materials used in providing the services, in violation of New Jersey law.
The Defendants deny the Plaintiff’s allegations and claims in their entirety but have agreed to settle the lawsuit to avoid the burdens and costs of litigation.
Who is included?
If you are a citizen of New Jersey who paid a fee for student-provided hair and cosmetology services at one of the five student salon clinics operated by the Robert Fiance Beauty School in New Jersey between January 25, 2010 and March 15, 2019, you are a member of the proposed class.
How do I participate?
If you are an eligible Class Member and you wish to receive two $5 Service Vouchers, you need to complete and submit a Claim Form in a timely manner. This form is necessary to ensure that only eligible Class Members receive a benefit. The Claim Form is available on this Important Documents page of this website or by calling the Settlement Administrator toll free at 1-833-207-1162 or by writing the Settlement Administrator at:
Robert Fiance Beauty Schools Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91190
Seattle, WA 98111
The fully completed Claim Form must be submitted via U.S. mail to the Settlement Administrator at the address listed above, email to email@example.com, or fax to (877) 935-1175. To be valid, the Claim Form must be postmarked, emailed, faxed or delivered no later than June 13, 2019. You may attend the court hearing described below if you wish, but your attendance or non-attendance will not affect your eligibility to submit the Claim Form. You do not need to appear in court, and you do not need to hire an attorney in this case.