Update: The Court granted final approval of the Settlement on September 18, 2019.
What is this lawsuit about?
Thomas Dwyer filed this lawsuit against Defendant, alleging that Defendant violated the law by (1) charging a CEF to members whose Snap Fitness membership agreements did not mention the CEF and by (2) giving Snap Fitness members in Ohio insufficient notice of their cancellation rights under Ohio’s Prepaid Entertainment Contract Act. Defendant denies that it violated the law. The parties have agreed to a settlement. The Settlement resolves all the claims in the Action against Defendant, as well as claims that could have been made in the Action against Defendant and Defendant’s Releasees. By entering into the Settlement, Defendant is not admitting that it did anything wrong.
Who is included?
You are a Class Member if you (1) paid a CEF under a Snap Fitness membership agreement that did not mention payment of the CEF (the “CEF Class”), and/or (2) have been a party to a pre-November 2017 Snap Fitness prepaid membership agreement in the state of Ohio and either (i) canceled your membership between May 25, 2015, and the present (“Class Period”) while operating under that agreement, or (ii) remain a current Snap Fitness member under that agreement (the “PECA Class”).