Objecting Sample Clauses

Objecting. 13. The provisions governing the quantum of votes cast in objection to the Proposed Amendment set out in the STID Proposal are set out in paragraph 1 of schedule 2 (STID Decision Making Protocol) to the STID (the STID Decision Making Protocol).
Objecting. If you are a Class member and do not exclude yourself, you can tell the Court you don’t like the Settlement or some part of it. This is called objecting to the Settlement and the Court will consider your views. To do so, you must file your objection with the Court and send copies by regular or express mail to the Snap-on Class Action Settlement Claims Administrator, LECG, at _______________________________________ so that it is received on or before __________. Your written objection must include (1) your name, address, and telephone number; (2) a statement of your views regarding the settlement; (3) any supporting documentation you wish to submit; and (4) a reference to this Litigation. If you wish to appear and present your objection orally at the Fairness Hearing, your written objection must contain a notice that you intend to appear and be heard, a statement of the positions you intend to present at the hearing and any supporting arguments. You may, but need not, appear in the Litigation through your own counsel. If you do so, you will be responsible for your own attorneysfees and expenses. You may also comment in support of the Settlement by following the same procedure set forth above.
Objecting. Subject to Court approval, the notice contemplated by Section 6 shall state that each member of the CMWA Class seeking to object to the settlement must file with the Court and serve on Plaintiffs’ Counsel such objection within thirty (30) days of the date of mailing of the notice as set forth in paragraph 6a. Any such objection will be filed immediately with the Court by Plaintiffs’ Counsel. In seeking approval of the settlement, the Parties shall request that no person shall be entitled to be heard at the Final Approval hearing (whether individually or through separate counsel) or to object to the settlement, and no written objections or briefs submitted by any person shall be received or considered by the Court at the Final Approval hearing unless such materials are timely mailed as set forth herein. The Parties shall request that members of the CMWA Class who fail to mail timely written objections be deemed to have waived any objection and shall be foreclosed from making any objection (whether by appeal or otherwise) to the settlement.
Objecting. Any Class Member that wishes to object to the settlement must file the objection, along with any supporting briefs and supporting documents, with the Clerk of Court within the Notice Period. The objection must include a written statement (1) objecting to the settlement, (2) setting for the objection’s grounds, (3) setting forth the specific reasons for the objection, including any legal or evidentiary support for the objection, (4) stating whether the Class Member intends to appear and object to the settlement at the Final Approval Hearing, and (5) containing the Class Member’s name, address, and telephone number. The Class Member must sign and date the objection. The objection must include documents sufficient to prove the objector’s membership in the Class, such as proof of employment. Class Members who intend to object and desire to present evidence at the Settlement Fairness Hearing must include in their written objection or notice of appearance the identity of any witnesses they may call to testify and exhibits they intend to introduce into evidence at the hearing. The Class Member must send a copy of all of these items to Class Counsel, the Administrator, and Defendants’ Counsel. Unless the Court orders otherwise, any Class Member who does not object in the manner described above will be deemed to have waived any objection and will be forever foreclosed from making any objection to the proposed settlement.

Related to Objecting

  • Court Attendance Any employee covered by this Agreement who may be required to attend any commission, court or hearing, to give evidence in any case, civil or criminal respecting the hotel in which they are employed, shall be compensated at the same hourly rate as called for in this Agreement, with a minimum of four (4) hours pay.

  • Noninterference with Business During the term of this Agreement, and for a period of two (2) years after the Expiration Date, Director agrees not to interfere with the business of the Company in any manner. By way of example and not of limitation, Director agrees not to solicit or induce any employee, independent contractor, customer or supplier of the Company to terminate or breach his, her or its employment, contractual or other relationship with the Company.

  • Jury or Court Witness Duty The Employer shall grant leave of absence without loss of seniority to an employee who is called as a juror or witness in any court. The Employer shall pay such an employee the difference between the normal earnings and the payment received for jury service or court witness, excluding payment for travelling, meals, or other expenses. The employee will present proof of service and the amount of pay received.

  • Cooperation with Voting Each of Santander Consumer, the Seller and the Issuer hereby acknowledges and agrees that it shall cooperate with the Indenture Trustee to facilitate any vote by the Instituting Noteholders pursuant to the terms of Section 7.6 of the Indenture.

  • Failure to Act Not a Defense The failure of the Company (including its Board of Directors or any committee thereof, independent legal counsel, or stockholders) to make a determination concerning the permissibility of the payment of Indemnifiable Amounts or the advancement of Indemnifiable Expenses under this Agreement shall not be a defense in any action brought under Section 10(a) above, and shall not create a presumption that such payment or advancement is not permissible.

  • Answer Within twenty (20) days after receipt of the Complaint, each respondent shall serve on the BCBSA and on the complaining party (or parties) and on the Chairman of the Mediation Committee;

  • Jury Duty and Court Appearances (a) Leave of absence without loss of pay and benefits will be provided to an employee summoned to serve on a jury or when subpoenaed or summoned as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding not occasioned by the employee’s private affairs, or when the employee accompanies a dependent child when the child is subpoenaed or summoned to appear as a witness in a criminal or civil proceeding.

  • Freedom to Pursue Opportunities In recognition that the Manager and its Affiliates currently have, and will in the future have or will consider acquiring, investments in numerous companies with respect to which the Manager or its Affiliates may serve as an advisor, a director or in some other capacity, and in recognition that the Manager and its Affiliates have a myriad of duties to various investors, and in anticipation that the Company and the Manager (or one or more Affiliates or clients of the Manager) may engage in the same or similar activities or lines of business and have an interest in the same areas of corporate opportunities, and in recognition of the benefits to be derived by the Company hereunder and in recognition of the difficulties that may confront any manager who desires and endeavors fully to satisfy such manager’s duties in determining the full scope of such duties in any particular situation, the provisions of this Section 1.3.2 are set forth to regulate, define and guide the conduct of certain affairs of the Company as they may involve the Manager. Except as the Manager may otherwise agree in writing after the date hereof:

  • Paid Jury or Court Witness Duty Leave The Employer shall grant leave of absence without loss of seniority to an Employee who serves as a juror or witness in any court. The Employer shall pay such an Employee the difference between normal earnings and the payment received for jury service or court witness, excluding payment for traveling, meals or other expenses. The Employee will present proof of service and the amount of pay received. Time spent by an Employee required to serve as a court witness in any matter arising out of her employment, shall be considered as time worked at the appropriate rate of pay.

  • Contest (a) If a written claim is made against a Tax Indemnitee for Taxes with respect to which Owner could be liable for payment or indemnity hereunder, or if a Tax Indemnitee makes a determination that a Tax is due for which Owner could have an indemnity obligation hereunder, such Tax Indemnitee shall promptly give Owner notice in writing of such claim (provided, that failure to so notify Owner shall not relieve Owner of its indemnity obligations hereunder unless such failure to notify effectively forecloses Owner's rights to require a contest of such claim) and shall take no action with respect to such claim without the prior written consent of Owner for 30 days following the receipt of such notice by Owner; provided, that, in the case of a claim made against a Tax Indemnitee, if such Tax Indemnitee shall be required by law to take action prior to the end of such 30-day period, such Tax Indemnitee shall, in such notice to Owner, so inform Owner, and such Tax Indemnitee shall take no action for as long as it is legally able to do so (it being understood that a Tax Indemnitee shall be entitled to pay the Tax claimed and sue for a refund prior to the end of such 30-day period if (i)(A) the failure to so pay the Tax would result in substantial penalties (unless immediately reimbursed by Owner) and the act of paying the Tax would not materially prejudice the right to contest or (B) the failure to so pay would result in criminal penalties and (ii) such Tax Indemnitee shall take any action so required in connection with so paying the Tax in a manner that is the least prejudicial to the pursuit of the contest). In addition, such Tax Indemnitee shall (provided, that Owner shall have agreed to keep such information confidential other than to the extent necessary in order to contest the claim) furnish Owner with copies of any requests for information from any Taxing Authority relating to such Taxes with respect to which Owner may be required to indemnify hereunder. If requested by Owner in writing within 30 days after its receipt of such notice, such Tax Indemnitee shall, at the expense of Owner (including, without limitation, all reasonable costs, expenses and reasonable attorneys' and accountants' fees and disbursements), in good faith contest (or, if permitted by applicable law, allow Owner to contest) through appropriate administrative and judicial proceedings the validity, applicability or amount of such Taxes by (I) resisting payment thereof, (II) not paying the same except under protest if protest is necessary and proper or (III) if the payment is made, using reasonable efforts to obtain a refund thereof in an appropriate administrative and/or judicial proceeding. If requested to do so by Owner, the Tax Indemnitee shall appeal any adverse administrative or judicial decision, except that the Tax Indemnitee shall not be required to pursue any appeals to the United States Supreme Court. If and to the extent the Tax Indemnitee is able to separate the contested issue or issues from other issues arising in the same administrative or judicial proceeding that are unrelated to the transactions contemplated by the Operative Agreements without, in the good faith judgment of such Tax Indemnitee, adversely affecting such Tax Indemnitee, such Tax Indemnitee shall permit Owner to control the conduct of any such proceeding and shall provide to Owner (at Owner's cost and expense) with such information or data that is in such Tax Indemnitee's control or possession that is reasonably necessary to conduct such contest. In the case of a contest controlled by a Tax Indemnitee, such Tax Indemnitee shall consult with Owner in good faith regarding the manner of contesting such claim and shall keep Owner reasonably informed regarding the progress of such contest. A Tax Indemnitee shall not fail to take any action expressly required by this Section 8.3.4 (including, without limitation, any action regarding any appeal of an adverse determination with respect to any claim) or settle or compromise any claim without the prior written consent of the Owner (except as contemplated by Section 8.3.4(b) or (c)).