ADT Home Security Settlement

Michael Edenborough v. The ADT Corporation and ADT, LLC d/b/a ADT Security Services
United States District Court, Northern District of California, Case No. 16-cv-02233-JST

Welcome to the ADT Home Security Settlement Website

IF BETWEEN NOVEMBER 13, 2009 AND AUGUST 15, 2016, YOU ENTERED INTO A CONTRACT WITH ADT OR AN ADT DEALER FOR INSTALLATION OF A RESIDENTIAL SECURITY SYSTEM THAT UTILIZES ONE OR MORE WIRELESS SENSORS, THIS NOTICE CONTAINS IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT MAY PERTAIN TO YOU. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. YOU COULD GET A PAYMENT FROM A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT, BUT YOU NEED TO SUBMIT A FORM TO DO SO.

Your Legal Rights and Options with this Settlement

Receive your share of the settlement If you are a member of the Settlement Class, then you will be eligible for a payment if you submit a properly completed Claim Form by February 26, 2018. You will be bound by the Release described in FAQ 11.
Exclude Yourself Get no payment. This is the only option that allows you to be part of any other lawsuit against ADT based on the allegations made in this case, other than for claims for personal injury or for damage to or loss of property. The deadline for excluding yourself from the Settlement is January 2, 2018.
Object Write to the Court about why you don’t like the Settlement. The deadline for submitting a written objection to the Settlement is January 2, 2018.
Go to the Final Approval Hearing You are not required to attend or speak at the Final Approval Hearing. If you submit a timely and valid written objection to the Settlement, the Court will consider your objection without any further action on your part. But, if you wish, you may request permission to speak at the Final Approval Hearing by following the directions in FAQ 22. The Final Approval Hearing is presently scheduled for February 1, 2018.

To learn more about the terms of the proposed settlement, your options, and how your legal rights may be affected, please review the Detailed Notice, Settlement Documents and answers to the Frequently Asked Questions provided on this website.

ADT CORPORATION and ADT LLC (collectively “ADT”) has agreed to pay $16,000,000 in a nationwide settlement of all claims alleged against ADT in Michael Edenborough v. The ADT Corporation and ADT, LLC d/b/a ADT Security Services, Case No. 16-cv-02233-JST (USDC ND California) (“the Edenborough Action”) and several other putative class action cases filed on behalf of ADT customers nationwide (“the Related Actions”). The proposed settlement (“the Settlement”) is a compromise of all claims alleging that ADT failed to disclose an alleged vulnerability of the wireless signals in its residential security systems to evasion or jamming by electronic devices. ADT denies the allegations, denies liability, and asserts numerous defenses. The Settlement avoids the costs and risks from continuing the lawsuit, pays money to certain current and former ADT customers, and releases ADT from further liability (except for claims of personal injury or for loss of or damage to property).