By  on January 29, 2018

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is about to end a years-long worker class-action lawsuit for $25 million.

The youth-centric retailer on Friday reached an agreement with just under 260,000 current and former Abercrombie and Hollister employees mainly in California, New York, Florida and Massachusetts that first alleged in 2013 they were forced to purchase branded apparel to wear while at work, and the company refused to reimburse them. While the case was filed and mostly litigated in California, it was recently transferred to Abercrombie’s home state of Ohio.

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