If you are a U.S.-based retail auto dealership that bought a Reynolds or CDK Dealer Management System (DMS) from January 1, 2015 through October 23, 2018, you could benefit from a class action settlement.

There is a proposed class action Settlement with The Reynolds and Reynolds Company (“Reynolds”) involving an alleged conspiracy by CDK Global, LLC (“CDK”) and Reynolds to charge unlawful prices in the markets for Dealer Management System (“DMS”) software services and Data Integration Services. Reynolds denies any wrongdoing and the Court has not ruled that Reynolds did anything wrong or violated any law.

The Settlement with Reynolds is detailed in the Settlement Agreement between the Dealership Class and Reynolds (the “Agreement”), dated October 23, 2018. All terms used in the Notice have the same meanings as set forth in the Agreement.

The Dealership Class Action will continue against CDK.

There is no claims process at this time. Claim forms will be distributed and processed once this lawsuit is concluded against all the Defendants, subject to an allocation plan approved by the Court, upon further notice to the Dealership Class.

Dealership Class Counsel and MDL Liaison Counsel are seeking up to $3 million from the Settlement Fund for litigation expenses (including expert fees, deposition costs and other expenses). They are not seeking attorneys’ fees at this time, but will seek a fee at a later date. Any applications for reimbursement of litigation expenses above $3 million, for attorneys’ fees, or for service awards to the Dealership Class Plaintiffs will be made upon further notice to the Dealership Class. Any fee request will not exceed one-third of the amounts ultimately recovered on behalf of the Dealership Class.

If you are in the business of the retail sale of automobiles in the United States and purchased DMS from CDK and/or Reynolds (or any predecessor, successor, subsidiary, joint venture, or affiliate) during the period from January 1, 2015 through October 23, 2018, you may be entitled to money back as part of the Settlement.

If you have any questions about the lawsuit or notice, you may contact: Peggy J. Wedgworth, Milberg Tadler Phillips Grossman LLP, One Pennsylvania Plaza, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10119, Tel: (212) 594-5300, pwedgworth@milberg.com; or Leonard A. Bellavia, Bellavia Blatt, PC, 200 Old Country Road, Suite 400, Mineola, NY 11501, Tel: (516) 873-3000, lbellavia@dealerlaw.com.


A Summary of Your Rights and Choices:
You May: Deadline:
Do Nothing You will give up your rights to be part of any other lawsuit against Reynolds based on the legal claims in this lawsuit. You will still be bound by the Court’s orders. Claim forms will be made available later. See Question 9. Not Applicable
Exclude Yourself Remove yourself from the Dealership Class. You may write and ask to get out of the Dealership Class and keep your right to sue Reynolds on your own, at your own expense, for the claims in the lawsuit. See Question 11. Postmarked on or before January 2, 2019
Object to the Settlement Object or comment to the Settlement. If you do not exclude yourself, you may object or comment on the Settlement, either on your own or through a lawyer you hire. If you file a timely objection, you can attend the Settlement Hearing and ask to speak in Court about your objection to the Settlement. See Question 16. Filed with the Court and postmarked on or before January 2, 2019
Go to the Settlement Hearing Go to the Settlement Hearing. The Settlement Hearing will be held so that the Court can consider the Settlement and hear any objections. See Questions 18-20. January 22, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained on this website. If you have any questions, please review the Frequently Asked Questions or call 1-888-842-3161.

This is the official website for the In re Dealer Management Systems Antitrust Litigation Dealership Class Settlement with Reynolds. Do not rely on other websites purporting to have information regarding this litigation.