Hohenberg v. Ferrero USA, Inc

Filing 115

NOTICE by Athena Hohenberg, Laura Rude-Barbato of Manual Filing of Unredacted Versions of Memoranda in Support of Motion for Final Settlement Approval and Motion for Attorneys' Fees, Costs, and Incentive Awards (Attachments: # 1 Application to File Under Seal)(Fitzgerald, John) (ag).

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Name & Address: The Weston Firm Gregory S. Weston 1405 Morena Blvd., Ste. 201 San Diego, CA 92110 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA CASE NUMBER: In re Ferrero Litigation v. 3:11-cv-00205-H-KSC PLAINTIFF(S) NOTICE OF MANUAL FILING DEFENDANT(S). PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: The above-mentioned cause of action has been designated as an electronically filed case. In accordance with General Order 08-02 and Local Rule 5-4 the following document(s) or item(s) will be manually filed. List Documents: Unredacted versions of: Plaintiffs' Memorandums in Support of Motion for Final Settlement Approval and Approval of Attorneys' Fees, Costs and Incentive Awards Document Description: G Administrative Record G Exhibits G Ex Parte Application for authorization of investigative, expert or other services pursuant to the Criminal Justice Act [see Local Civil Rule 79-5.4, Documents to be excluded, (h)] G Other Memorandum sin Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for Final Settlement Approval and Approval of Attorneys' Fees, Costs and Incentive Awards Reason: G Under Seal G Items not conducive to e-filing (i.e., videotapes, CDROM, large graphic charts) G Electronic versions are not available to filer G Per Court order dated G Manual Filing required (reason): Date Gregory S. Weston Attorney Name Plaintiffs and the Class Party Represented Note: File one Notice in each case, each time you manually file document(s). G-92 (03/09) NOTICE OF MANUAL FILING

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