Ralph Lauren Settles Ex-Worker's Fingerprint Scan BIPA Suit

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By Gina Kim (March 29, 2022, 9:42 PM EDT) — Ralph Lauren has reached a deal with a former employee to end a putative class action alleging the company violated Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act when it collected workers’ fingerprints for years, the parties said Tuesday, just two days after an Illinois federal judge declined to dismiss the case.

In a 4-page joint motion to remand the case back to Illinois state court, plaintiff Genesis Martinez and Ralph Lauren told U.S. District Judge Edmond E. Chang on Tuesday that the parties reached a settlement that, if approved, would finally and fully resolve all privacy invasion claims against the company.

“Wherefore, solely…

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