Claimants Sample Clauses

Claimants. “Claimant” as used herein refers to the NuvaRing user by or on behalf of whom claims have been asserted. To the extent this Release is executed by a Representative Claimant, such Representative Claimant represents and warrants that he or she is properly authorized by law to execute this Release on behalf of the Claimant or, if the Claimant is deceased, the Claimant’s Estate. Such Representative Claimant also executes this Release on behalf of himself/herself, individually, to the extent he or she is also an “Other Releasing Person”, as defined below.
Claimants. Ariane Oesterreicher (added 28/01/2019) Veolia Environnement SA The Iveco Parties Roberto Russo, General Counsel and Company Secretary, CNH Industrial N.V. Brigette Calcavecchia, General Counsel - Legal & Compliance, CNH Industrial N.V. Dirk Hofmann, Legal Manager Germany & Alps region, Iveco Magirus AG Rodrigo Martinez Heinberg, Legal Affairs Manager Spain & Portugal, Iveco Espafia, S.L. Simona Finati, Head of Legal Italy, CNH Industrial N.V. Simon McCarthy, Legal North Europe and Africa Middle East, CNH Industrial N.V. Craig Marshall, In-House Solicitor, CNH Industrial N.V. (added 14 March 2019) Marcella Ortolan, Practice Leader Antitrust and Competition Law, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (added 21 November 2019) The MAN Parties
Claimants. Any claim for indemnity under this Article XI by any current or former affiliate, assignee, stockholder, member, officer, director, employee, agent, lender, advisor, representative, accountant, attorney, or consultant of any Party must be brought and administered by the applicable Party to this Agreement. No indemnified party other than Seller and Buyer shall have any rights against either Seller or Buyer under the terms of this Article XI except as may be exercised on its behalf by Buyer or Seller, as applicable, pursuant to this Article XI. Seller and Buyer may elect to exercise or not exercise indemnification rights under this Article XI on behalf of the other Seller Indemnified Parties and Buyer Indemnified Parties, respectively, affiliated with it in its sole discretion and shall have no liability to any such other indemnified party for any action or inaction under this Section 11.8.
Claimants. Settlement Class Members who submit within ninety (90) days of the Notice Date a valid claim form approved by the Settlement Administrator may qualify to receive Settlement benefits. Any such Settlement Class Member who does not submit a timely claim form in accordance with this Order shall not be entitled to receive such benefits, but shall nevertheless be bound by any final judgment entered by the Court. Notwithstanding the foregoing, all Settlement Class Members, even those who do not enroll in identity defense services or do not submit a claim, will be entitled to utilize restoration services offered through Pango throughoutthe duration of that service. Class Counsel shall have the discretion, but not the obligation, to accept late-submitted claims for processing by the Settlement Administrator, so long as processing does not materially delay distribution of compensation to Settlement Class Members. No person shall have any claim against Class Counsel or the Settlement Administrator by reason of the decision to exercise discretion whether to accept late-submitted claims.
Claimants. “Claimant” as used herein refers to the NuvaRing user by or on behalf of whom claims have been asserted. To the extent this Release is executed by a Representative Claimant, such Representative Claimant represents and warrants that he or she is properly authorized by law to execute this Release on behalf of the Claimant or, if the Claimant is deceased, the Claimant’s Estate. Such Representative Claimant also executes this Release on behalf of himself/herself, individually, to the extent he/she assert any right to sue the Named Defendants and/or any other Released Persons, independently, derivatively or otherwise, by reason of their personal relationship with Claimant, and/or otherwise by, through or under, or otherwise in relation to, Claimant including as Claimant’s heir, beneficiary, surviving spouse (including, but not limited to, a putative or common law spouse), surviving domestic partner and/or next of kin, if any.
Claimants. Actions may be brought for the benefit of spouses, parents and children as defined in theAct.
Claimants. Scott Campbell Anna Morfey Aoife Keane William Towell (added 19 September 2018) Amandine Gueret James Groves (Removed 31 May 2019) Julien Michel (added 14 August 2018) Benjamin Smith (added 28 September 2018) (Removed 31 May 2019) Samson Yap Andrew Pickard Samantha Derksen (added 10 October 2018) Antoine Riquier (added 10 October 2018) Claus Wenzler (added 25 October 2018) Ginevra Bicciolo (added 25 October 2018) Agnieszka Zalewska (added 1 November 2018) Georgia Lydia Rachianioti (added 1 November 2018) (Removed 31 May 2019) Andrew Bullion (added 8 January 2019) Antonio Delussu (added 8 January 2019) Julia Von Eitzen Peretz (added 8 February 2019) Olivier Salas (added 8 February 2019) Rachael Wake (added 8 February 2019) (Removed 31 May 2019) Dumani Headley (added 23 April 2019) Hausfeld & Co LLP Marie Demetriou QC Christopher Brown Tristan Jones Tim Johnston (added 10 October 2018) Warren Fitt (added 8 January 2019) Thomas van der Klugt (added 20 February 2019) Claimants’ Counsel Saveria de Falco (added 2 October 2018) Tinuola Modupe Taiwo (added 2 October 2018) Dilsu Ekin Undar (added 2 October 2018) Anna Beth Martin (added 2 October 2018) Farheen Chaudhry (added 2 October 2018) Lorena Guzman Munoz (added 2 October 2018) Roxana-Florina Popa (added 2 October 2018) Stephen Rhys Davies (added 2 October 2018) Tanyasiri Stell (added 2 October 2018) Marco Grisafi (added 2 October 2018) Elfedina Kreutner (added 10 October 2018) Helene Pavlovic (added 10 October 2018) Nadia Galinier (added 10 October 2018) Shewan Mohammad (added 10 October 2018) Maria Lopez Amago (added 10 October 2018) Barbara Ariadna Garcia Gil (added 10 October 2018) Claudia Sofia Freire Marques (added 10 October 2018) Andreas Jansen (added 11 October 2018) Michail Leliopoulos (added 11 October 2018) Per David Allan Jackson (Added 8 November 2018) Contractors - External reviewers Nils von Hinten-Reed (added 17 October 2018) Frederick Wandschneider (added 17 October 2018) Fabian Rinnen (added 17 October 2018) Juliane Bayer (added 17 October 2018) Elisa Flecken (added 8 February 2019) Expert Economists - CEG Europe Limited The Iveco Parties Kim Dietzel Gregg Rowan Grace Aylward Daniel Woods Christon Shenolikar James White Stephen Thomson Michael Barron (removed 2 April 2019) Peter Brennan (added 12 October 2018) (removed 1 May 2019) Peter Cunningham (added 12 October 2018) (removed 1 May 2019) Antony Ganev (added 12 October 2018) Samuel Hall (added 12 October 2018) (removed 14 March 2019) Soph...
Claimants. The potential claimants under section 8(1) are described much more restrictively than under the Act generally. Eligible claimants include husband, wife, cohabitant (a person of the opposite sex to the deceased who lived with the deceased for the three year period immediately preceding the death of the deceased and was during that period held out by the deceased in the community in which they lived as the deceased’s consort), father, mother, son or daughter. Moreover parents only have a right to claim in respect of the death of minor children and unmarried children between the ages of 18 and 26 provided that the deceased was not living with a cohabitant at the time of his or her death. Similarly children only have a right to claim if, at the time of the death, they were minors, or were between the ages of 18 and 26 and not living with a cohabitant at the time of the parent’s death. Furthermore, no damages may be awarded to a spouse who was living separate and apart at the time of the deceased’s death. Damages are 10 “Child”, for example, includes a child conceived but not born, an adopted child and a person to whom the deceased stood in place of a parent. 11Fatal Accidents Act, R.S.A 1990, c. F-5.awarded to the cohabitant and not to the spouse if, at the time of death, the deceased person was living separate and apart from the spouse and with the cohabitant. The intent of the Act appears to be to restrict the claim to those relatives who in the normal course of events are most intensely affected by the death of a person.