Liaison Counsel means an attorney of record for a party to an included action or a coordinated action who has been appointed by an assigned judge to serve as representative of all parties on a side with the following powers and duties, as appropriate:
Examples of Liaison Counsel in a sentence
Liaison counsel (a) Selection and appointment An assigned judge may at any time request that the parties on each side of the included or coordinated actions select one or more of the attorneys of record on that side forappointment as liaison counsel, and may appoint liaison counsel if the parties are unable to agree.
More Definitions of Liaison Counsel
Liaison Counsel means Stoll Stoll Berne Lokting & Shlachter P.C.
Liaison Counsel means the law firm of Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP acting as local counsel.
Liaison Counsel means the law firm of Xxxxxx Xxx & Xxxxxxxxxx LLP. (ee) “Net Settlement Fund” means the Settlement Amount, plus any accrued earnings, and less: (i) Court-awarded attorneys’ fees and expenses, and any interest awarded thereon; (ii) Notice and Administration Expenses; (iii) any banking transaction costs and banking fees related to the Initial Escrow Account and the investment of the Settlement Fund pursuant to the terms of the Initial Escrow Agreement; (iv) any banking transaction costs and banking fees related to the Final Escrow Account and the investment of the Settlement Fund Balance pursuant to the terms of the Final Escrow Agreement; (v) any and all Taxes required to be paid with respect to any portion of the Settlement Amount and any earnings thereon; (vi) Tax Expenses; and (vii) any other fees or expenses approved by the Court, including any award to Lead Plaintiff for its reasonable costs and expenses (including lost wages) incurred in representing the class in this Action.