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Radon Class Action Settlement Information

About the Radon Class Action Litigation

Attorney Stuart J. Lieberman, Esq. of Lieberman Blecher & Sinkevich P.C. is “Class Counsel” to a certified class of plaintiffs in a case titled Casale, et al. v. Segal & Morel at Lopatcong, et al. The case is pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Warren County and is known by docket number WRN-L-170-09.  The case involves claims against several defendants in a lawsuit concerning the alleged defective design, installation, maintenance and warnings attendant to radon mitigation systems intended to service the living units at Overlook at Lopatcong condominium development located in the Township of Lopatcong, Warren County, New Jersey.

Final Settlement of Case Preliminarily Approved

On August 13, 2014, the Honorable John H. Pursel, J.S.C. (P.J.Cr., Ret. t/a Recall) preliminarily approved a final settlement between the class and the following Defendants and Third-Party Defendant: Segal & Morel at Lopatcong, LLC, Segal & Morel, Inc., Overlook at Lopatcong Condominium Owners Association, Inc., and Regency Management Group, LLC and Falcon Engineering Co. (A settlement between RAdata, Inc. and the Class was reached earlier this year.) The parties disagree about who was and is responsible for the design, installation, warnings and maintenance of the radon mitigation systems and what relief, if any, plaintiffs may or may not be entitled to. The plaintiffs, the Defendants and the Third-Party Defendant have agreed to resolve the claims between them by a settlement.  If you currently own a living unit within the residential development known as “Overlook at Lopatcong,” located in the Township of Lopatcong, Warren County, New Jersey, you might be eligible to receive benefits from a class action settlement.

Important Settlement Documents

If you currently own a living unit within Overlook at Lopatcong, the settlement with RAdata, Inc. affects your legal rights. You should read the following documents carefully.

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