January 15th, 2015
Apparently, $324.5 million wasn’t enough.
Former tech workers at major Silicon Valley companies could cash in on an antitrust lawsuit settlement for even more money than an earlier deal that was already was the largest of its kind.
The 64,000 or so former employers of Adobe Systems, Intel Corporation, Apple and Google, Inc. have reached another settlement with the tech giants, according to a Jan. 13 letter from a Google attorney to the San Francisco-based US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Workers claim in the lawsuit the tech companies illegally agreed not to call each other’s employees.