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Court approval sought for US$324M settlement of tech workers anti-poaching suit

John Ribeiro | May 26, 2014
The class representatives will each get US$80,000 extra for their roles

The employees held that the DOJ put an end to the allegedly illegal agreements, but the government was unable to compensate the victims of the conspiracy, which was the reason why they were filing a suit. Top tech executives including former Apple CEO and cofounder Steve Jobs were said to have monitored and enforced the anti-poaching agreements.


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