Shauna Woods v. FleetPride Inc.
Woods v. FleetPride
Case No. 2020-CH-07558

Welcome to the Woods v. FleetPride Settlement Website

If You Worked for FleetPride, Inc. in The State of Illinois and Your Finger or Hand Was Scanned for Employee Timekeeping Purpose at Any Time Between December 31, 2015 to December 31, 2020, You May Be Entitled to a Cash Payment from a Class Action Settlement. 

What is this lawsuit about?

The lawsuit alleges that FleetPride violated the BIPA by requiring individuals to scan their finger or hand for employment timekeeping purposes between December 31, 2015 and December 31, 2020, without first providing the required disclosures or obtaining the individual’s consent. FleetPride contests these claims and denies that it violated BIPA.

Who is included?

The settlement includes all individuals who worked for FleetPride in the State of Illinois and whose finger or hand was scanned by a timekeeping system in connection with their employment with FleetPride from December 31, 2015 to December 31, 2020, without first signing a consent form.

What does the Settlement provide?

Defendants have agreed to create a $72,250.00 Settlement Fund for the Class Members. All Settlement Class Members who do not exclude themselves are entitled to an equal payment out of the Settlement Fund. The exact amount of each Class Member’s payment is unknown at this time; it may be as much as $352.75 or more, but it may be less depending on several factors, including the costs of the other expenses to be paid from the Settlement Fund.

The attorneys who brought this lawsuit will ask the Court to award them attorneys’ fees of up to thirty-five percent of the Settlement Fund, which includes costs, for the substantial time, expense and effort expended in investigating the facts, litigating the case and negotiating the Settlement. The Class Representative also will apply to the Court for a service award of up to $3,000.00 for his time, effort, and service in this matter.

A detailed description of the settlement benefits can be found in the Settlement Agreement located at the Important Documents page.


These deadlines may be moved, canceled, or otherwise modified, so please check this site regularly for updates.

Option/Deadline Event
Do Nothing If you are a Class Member who received a Notice and you want to get a payment, do nothing and you will be entitled to an equal payment out of the Settlement Fund. If you wish to change your address, you can find instructions for how to do so at the Contact Us page.

Exclude Yourself
Submitted/Postmarked by May 15, 2023

If you exclude yourself from the Settlement, you will not receive any cash payment, but you will not release any claims you may have against FleetPride and the Releasees and are free to pursue whatever legal rights you may have by pursuing your own lawsuit against FleetPride at your own risk and expense.

Object to the Settlement
Filed by May 15, 2023

If you wish to object to the Settlement, you must submit your objection in writing to the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County explaining why you don’t like the Settlement, with other required information and documents. You must also send a copy of your objection to the attorneys for all Parties to the lawsuit.
Final Approval Hearing
June 15, 2023
10:00 a.m. CST
The final approval hearing may be held by videoconference pursuant to applicable administrative order. Please consult the Clerk of Court’s website at for information about accessing remote proceedings.

For More Information

Visit this website often to get the most up-to-date information.

Woods v. FleetPride Settlement
c/o JND Legal Administration
PO Box 91348
Seattle, WA 98111