After six years of intense and complex litigation, Mohawk Industries and employees who claimed the carpet maker had depressed wages by hiring undocumented workers have agreed to settle for $18 million.

Judge Harold W. Murphy of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia in Rome granted the parties’ motion to preliminarily approve the settlement and certify the class on Monday afternoon.

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