Shapira v. Minneapolis, City of
||May 31, 2006
||US District Court for the District of Minnesota
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|April 26, 2012
ORDER ESTABLISHING A CY PRES FUND AND APPROVING DISTRIBUTION OF THE FUND TO THE MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SCHOOLS. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that: 1. All funds presently remaining in the Class Settlement Fund held and maintained by Analytics, determine d and reported by Analytics on February 20, 2012 to be the sum of $35,883.87, are hereby designated as a Cy Pres Fund, and such funds shall be distributed to the Minneapolis Public Schools, as herein directed, for deposit into the Driver's Education Tuition Support Fund. 2. The Minneapolis Public Schools Drivers Education Tuition Support Fund is found to be an appropriate and suitable cy pres recipient. Accordingly, within five (5) days of this Order, Analytics shall disburse th e Cy Pres Fund of $35,883.87 by issuing appropriate certified funds made payable to the Minneapolis Public Schools. The certified funds shall be tendered by Analytics to Class Counsel, James P. Cullen, who shall deliver the funds, together with a copy of this Order, to the appropriate personnel within the Minneapolis Public Schools who are charged with implementing and administering the Driver's Education Tuition Support Fund. 3. Settlement Class Members who have not already cash ed the settlement checks sent to them by Analytics are deemed to have forfeited their claims in the Class Settlement Fund. 4. This Court shall have and retain jurisdiction to assure compliance, implementation and, to the extent necessary and appropriate, enforcement of this Order. LET JUDGMENT BE ENTERED ACCORDINGLY. (Written Opinion). Signed by Chief Judge Michael J. Davis on 4/26/12. (GRR)
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