Objecting Sample Clauses

Objecting. Class Members may appear at the Final Approval Hearing and be heard. The Parties shall have the right, but not the obligation, either jointly or individually, to respond to any objection.
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 attorneys’ fees and expenses. You may also comment in support of the Settlement by following the same procedure set forth above.
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.
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. 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.

Related to Objecting

  • OBJECTS 1.01 The objects of this Agreement are to maintain a harmonious relationship between the Company and its employees, to provide an amicable and equitable method of settling grievances or differences which might possibly arise; to maintain mutually satisfactory working conditions, hours and wages for all employees who are subject to the provisions of this Agreement.

  • Purpose The Company is formed for the object and purpose of, and the nature of the business to be conducted and promoted by the Company is, engaging in any lawful act or activity for which limited liability companies may be formed under the Act.

  • OBJECT The object of this Agreement is to lay down the terms and conditions upon which the Network User will be able, on and from the Start Date, to subscribe to Services offered by the TSO and upon which the TSO shall perform such Services.

  • Party in Interest A party in interest is the person making the complaint and any person, including the Employer, who might be required to take action, or against whom action might be taken in order to resolve the complaint.

  • 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.

  • Purpose and Applicability (a) The purpose of this Exhibit is to provide a description of Part 504 of NYSERDA’s regulations, which consists of NYSERDA’s policy for making payment promptly on amounts properly due and owing by NYSERDA under this Agreement. The section numbers used in this document correspond to the section numbers appearing in Part 504 of the regulations.2

  • Purpose and Use Agency is responsible for verifying Agency has the right to share data from and provide access to third-party system as it relates to the Services described in this Appendix and the Channel Services SOW. For Active Channels, Agency is responsible for any changes to a third- party system that may affect the functionality of the channel service. Any additional work required for the continuation of the Service may require additional fees. An Axon Field Engineer may require access to Agency’s network and systems to perform the Services described in the Channel Services SOW. Agency is responsible for facilitating this access per all laws and policies applicable to Agency.

  • Jury Duty and Court Appearance 11.4.1 When summoned to serve on a jury; when subpoenaed as a witness in criminal proceedings, or as a witness in a civil action if not a party thereto; when appearing as a defendant in a criminal or traffic case if acquitted therefrom; the employee, to qualify for permission from the Xxxx/delegate to be absent with pay, shall produce the summons or subpoena or submit such other evidence showing the necessity for court appearance.

  • Objection On or prior to the last day of the Review Period, Seller may object to the Closing Working Capital Statement by delivering to Buyer a written statement setting forth Seller’s objections in reasonable detail, indicating each disputed item or amount and the basis for Seller’s disagreement therewith (the “Statement of Objections”). If Seller fails to deliver the Statement of Objections before the expiration of the Review Period, the Closing Working Capital Statement and the Post-Closing Adjustment, as the case may be, reflected in the Closing Working Capital Statement shall be deemed to have been accepted by Seller. If Seller delivers the Statement of Objections before the expiration of the Review Period, Buyer and Seller shall negotiate in good faith to resolve such objections within thirty (30) days after the delivery of the Statement of Objections (the “Resolution Period”), and, if the same are so resolved within the Resolution Period, the Post-Closing Adjustment and the Closing Working Capital Statement with such changes as may have been previously agreed in writing by Buyer and Seller, shall be final and binding.

  • Motion On a date mutually acceptable to the Parties that is not more than twenty (20) days from the Agreement Date, unless otherwise agreed by the Parties in writing, via e-mail or otherwise, the Receiver and the Committee (“Movants”) shall submit to the Court a motion requesting entry of an order substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit E (the “Scheduling Order”) (a) preliminarily approving the Settlement; (b) approving the content and plan for publication and dissemination of Notice; (c) setting the date by which any objection to the Settlement or this Agreement must be filed; and (d) scheduling a Hearing to consider final approval of the Settlement and entry of the orders required by Paragraph 19 of this Agreement. With respect to the content and plan for publication and dissemination of Notice, Movants will propose that Notice in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit A be sent via electronic mail, first-class mail, or international delivery service to all Interested Parties; sent via electronic service to all counsel of record for any Person who is, at the time of Notice, a party in any case included in In re Stanford Entities Securities Litigation, MDL No. 2099 (N.D. Tex.) (the “MDL”), the SEC Action, or the Litigation who are deemed to have consented to electronic service through the CM/ECF System; sent via facsimile transmission and/or first class mail to any other counsel of record for any other Person who is, at the time of service, a party in any case included in the MDL, the SEC Action, or the Litigation; and posted on the websites of the Receiver and the Examiner along with complete copies of this Agreement and all filings with the Court relating to the Settlement, this Agreement, and approval of the Settlement. Movants will further propose that Notice in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit F be published once in the national edition of The Wall Street Journal and once in the international edition of The New York Times. In advance of filing the motion papers to accomplish the foregoing, Movants shall provide Trustmark with a reasonable opportunity to review and comment on such motion papers.