Learn How This Settlement Affects Your Rights and Get Answers to Your Questions About the Settlement
Barnabas ERISA Settlement
McGowan, et al. v. Barnabas Health, Inc., et al.,
No. 2:20-cv-13119 (D. NJ)
Welcome to the Barnabas ERISA Settlement Home Page.
If you were a participant in the RWJBarnabas Health 401(k) Savings Plan and the RWJBarnabas Health 403(b) Savings Plan during the period September 23, 2014 through May 26, 2022, you may benefit from a class action settlement.
This website is provided as a service to eligible settlement class members. The information provided is in summary form and is not intended as a complete explanation of your rights. For full and complete information, you are directed to review carefully the Notice.
Your Legal Rights and Options
|You May:||Effect of Choosing the Option|
|YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO FILE A CLAIM IF YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A PAYMENT UNDER THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT.||If the Settlement is approved by the Court and you are a member of the Settlement Class, you will not need to file a claim in order to receive a Settlement payment if you are entitled to receive a payment under the Settlement Agreement.|
|Object||If you wish to object to any part of the Settlement, you may (as discussed below) write to the Court and the attorneys for the Parties about why you object to the Settlement.|
|Attend a Hearing||If you submit a written objection to the Settlement to the Court and counsel before the Court-approved deadline, you may (but do not have to) attend the Fairness Hearing about the Settlement and present your objections to the Court. You may attend the Fairness Hearing even if you do not file a written objection, but you will only be allowed to speak at the Fairness Hearing if you file a written objection by the Court-approved deadline in advance of the Fairness Hearing AND you file a Notice of Intention To Appear.|