Dirienzo v. Dunbar Armored, Inc.
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|April 4, 2011
ORDER granting 29 Joint Motion for Preliminary Approval of Class Settlement. Any Settlement Class Member who wishes to comment on or object to the Settlement or Class Counsel's attorneys' fees or costs award, or who elects not to partici pate in the Settlement, has until 45 days after the mailing of the Class Notice to submit his or her comment, objection, or request for exclusion pursuant to the procedures set forth in the Class Notice. Class Counsel must file their application for the attorneys' fees and costs prior to the mailing of the Class Notice so that the application is available for review by Settlement Class Members, and the application will be heard at the Final Approval Hearing. The Settlement Administrator is directed to mail the approved Class Notice Packet by first-class mail to the Class Members no later than 30 days after the date of this order. For any comments or objections to be considered at the hearing, the Class Member must timely file comments with the Clerk of Court indicating briefly the nature of the Class Member's comments, support, or objections. Comments or objections to the Settlement or to the Class Counsel attorneys' fees and costs must be filed with the Court, and maile d to Class Counsel, not later than 45 days after mailing of the Class Notice Packet. (Final Hearing set for 8/5/2011 01:30 PM in Courtroom 10 before Judge Dana M. Sabraw.) Signed by Judge Dana M. Sabraw on 4/4/11. (All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service)(lao)
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