If you were employed as a Store Manager (“SM”) at Mapco Express, Inc., between June 4, 2017 and present, please read the notice.
A collective action lawsuit may affect your legal rights.
A court authorized the notice. It is not a solicitation from a lawyer.
- Former SMs Joy Vasser and Amy Lusane (“Plaintiffs”) sued Mapco Express, Inc. (“Mapco” or “Defendant”), claiming that they and other female Store Managers are owed equal pay as the male Store Managers under the Equal Pay Act of 1963, 29 U.S.C. § 206(d) (the “EPA”), for the time they worked as a Store Manager but were paid less than men for the same work.
- The lawsuit is proceeding as a collective action on behalf of all female Store Managers who worked for Mapco at any location at any time between June 4, 2017 and present who were paid less than men for the same work when they worked as a Store Manager.
- The Court has authorized the parties to send out this notice of the lawsuit. The Court has not decided who is right and who is wrong.
- Your legal rights may be affected, and you have a choice to make now.
|YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS LAWSUIT
|RETURN THE "CONSENT TO JOIN" FORM
If you choose to be included, you will share in any monetary recovery that might come from a trial or a settlement in this lawsuit. If you choose to be included and the Court rules upon your claims, you give up any rights to sue Mapco on your own for the same claims asserted in this lawsuit.
If you want to be included, you must complete and return the “Consent to Join” form included with this Notice by no later than December 6, 2021. By doing so, you will “opt in” and join the lawsuit as a member of the Collective.
By doing nothing, you will NOT be included in this lawsuit. This means that you give up the possibility of a monetary recovery that may come from a trial or settlement if the Plaintiffs are successful.
However, you keep any rights to sue Mapco separately about the same legal claims in this lawsuit. You should be aware that your time to bring EPA claims is limited by either a two- or three-year statute of limitations.
The notice contains information that affects your rights. Please read it carefully.