Monetary Relief. In addition to its right to seek an injunction, in the event Dr. Goldenberg breaches any provision of this Section 9, Immunomedics also shall have the right to pursue monetary damages against Dr. Goldenberg for such breach.
Monetary Relief. Settlement Class Members shall be eligible to receive monetary relief from the Settlement Fund by submitting a Valid Claim Form. Each Claim Form shall provide the opportunity for a Settlement Class Member to demonstrate eligibility for the payment of Dog Injury Claims and/or Consumer Food Purchase Claims. A Settlement Class Member may, but is not required to, submit both a Dog Injury Claim and a Consumer Food Purchase Claim.
Monetary Relief. Defendant Santa Barbara’s records show that there are over 100,000 members of the Class. Defendants and Cross-Defendants will pay a total of $8,500,000 pursuant to the Allocation Agreement amongst Defendants and Cross-Defendants. The obligation of each Defendant and Cross-Defendant is several, not joint, and moreover no Defendant or Cross- Defendant has any obligation to pay more than the amount set forth in the separate Allocation Agreement, which payments yield a total sum of $8,500,000 (the “Class Settlement Fund”). No Defendant or Cross-Defendant shall be responsible for any other Defendant's or Cross- Defendant's failure to satisfy its payment obligations. Within thirty (30) days of entry of the Preliminary Approval Order, simple, non-compound interest will begin to accrue on the Class Settlement Fund (less any payment to The Sturdevant Law Firm pursuant to Section IV(B)(4)) at the 60-day Treasury Bill rate as of the date of entry. Within ten (10) days of the Effective Date, the Class Settlement Fund, or such lesser sum as there may be by reason of a payment to The Sturdevant Law Firm pursuant to Section IV(B)(4), will be transferred to the Settlement Administrator. Any Defendant or Cross-Defendant, at its sole discretion, may terminate its obligation to pay further accruing interest by delivering to the Settlement Administrator, in cash or cash equivalent, all sums then owed pursuant to the Allocation Agreement.
Monetary Relief. Defendants agree to provide each Settlement Participant with a Settlement Phone Card with a face value of $5.00; provided, however, that Defendants agree to distribute a minimum of One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000.00) worth of Settlement Phone Cards. In the event that there are fewer than 300,000 Settlement Participants, the One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000.00) worth of Settlement Phone Cards will be distributed evenly amongst the Settlement Participants (i.e., each Settlement Participant will receive a pro rata share of the One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($1,500,000.00) worth of Settlement Phone Cards as opposed to a single Phone Card with a face value of $5.00). Consequently, Settlement Participants may receive significantly more than $5.00. However, in any circumstance, the Phone Cards will be evenly distributed among all Settlement Participants and each Settlement Participant will receive Phone Card(s) worth the same dollar amount.
Monetary Relief. HDPS agrees to pay a total of $45,000 to compensate the aggrieved persons identified in Paragraph 2: $24,000 to complainant D.B., $12,000 to complainant P.M., and $9,000 to complainant A.L. This payment is conditioned on the actual receipt of funds to be appropriated by the 2019 Legislature of the State of Hawaii, and that those funds shall be paid within a reasonable time after such appropriation. Within thirty (30) days of the availability of the funds for payment, the United States shall send to each aggrieved person described in Paragraph 26 of this Agreement a copy of this signed Agreement, along with a Release of Claims Form, attached as Appendix D. Within seven (7) days of HDPS’s receipt of a completed Release of Claims Form from any of these individuals, HDPS will pay and deliver to such individual a check in an amount agreed to in Paragraph 26.
Monetary Relief. In consideration of the mutual covenants and promises set forth herein, and subject to this Court’s approval, the Parties, including their counsel, agree as follows:
Monetary Relief. The ADA authorizes the Attorney General to seek a court award of compensatory damages on behalf of individuals aggrieved as the result of violations of Title III of the ADA. 42 U.S.C. § 12188(b)(2)(B); 28 C.F.R. § 36.504(a)(2). Within ten (10) days after receipt of a completed W-9 form and an executed release in the form attached to this Agreement as Exhibit D, TPIR will compensate Complainant #1 and Complainant #2 in this matter by sending each of these individuals certified checks and/or money orders made payable to the order of each complainant's name (names to be provided by the United States) in the total amount of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000.00), via certified mail, Federal Express, UPS, or DHL, to the address(es) provided by the United States, and will simultaneously send a copy of the check and the accompanying letter to the United States. The payment to one complainant will not be delayed because of nonreceipt of a W-9 Form or release from the other complainant. The ADA also authorizes the Attorney General to seek a civil penalty as a result of violations of the ADA. 42 U.S.C. § 12188(b)(2)(C); 28 C.F.R. § 36.504(a)(3). Within thirty (30) days after the effective date of this Agreement, TPIR will deliver checks and/or money orders in the total amount of Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) payable to the United States Treasury as a civil penalty.
Monetary Relief. The Claimant hereby agrees to accept payment totaling$193,020.00 in resolution of all outstanding costs for work performed, supervised and/or directed by ASE, ASE’s principal(s), and/or ASE’s subcontractors, known or unknown to the Claimant, related to Claim #15815. Payment will be made within 90 days after execution of this Order by the State Water Board.