Settlement Class Members have the right to object to the Settlement by sending written objections to the Settlement Administrator postmarked by June 23, 2017. Objections by Settlement Class Members must: (a) include proof that the objector is a Settlement Class Member; (b) be personally signed by the objector; (c) include the individual objector’s full name, current mailing address, telephone number, and email address; (d) set forth the specific reasons why the objector objects to the Settlement, along with all documents the objector wishes the Court to consider, and describe all evidence the objector intends to offer at the Final Approval Hearing. All objectors shall make themselves available to be deposed by the Parties’ Counsel in the county of the objector’s residence within 21 days of service of his or her timely written objection.
Any papers not filed and served in the prescribed manner and time will not be considered at the Final Approval Hearing, and all objections not made in the prescribed manner and time shall be deemed waived. Any objections by a Settlement Class Member must be exercised individually by that Settlement Class Member, not as or on behalf of a group, class, or subclass. Any Settlement Class Member that desires to appear in person at the Final Approval Hearing for the purpose of objecting to the Settlement must mail a written notice of intent to appear to the Parties’ Counsel, at least ten (10) days before the Final Approval Hearing.
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