Osby v. Citigroup, Inc. et al
ORDER by Judge Nanette Laughrey granting 135 Joint Motion for Approval to Suspend and Restart the Settlement Process. It is hereby ORDERED that the settlement process is suspended and will be restarted, as set forth in the Joint Motion.(Smith, Fran) Modified on 12/22/2009 that copies were mailed to Christopher Boran, Gregory Abrams and Samuel Shaulson this date (Rowland, Bonnie).
I N THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT F O R THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI S T . JOSEPH DIVISION
TOLANDA OSBY, et al., P l a in tif f , v. CITIGROUP INC., et al. D e f e n d a n ts .
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C a s e . No. 5:07-CV-06085-NKL
ORDER A f ter a confidential under seal review of the parties' Joint Motion for Approval to S u s p e n d and Restart the Settlement Process ("the Joint Motion"), the Court ORDERS th a t: T h e Joint Motion [Doc. # 135] is granted. T h e settlement process is suspended and will be restarted, as set forth in the Joint M o tio n . In order to opt into this litigation and participate in the settlement described in th e parties' Confidential Stipulation and Settlement Agreement, a potential class member m u s t timely and correctly execute the opt-in agreement/release contained in the New N o tic e Materials, as set forth in the Joint Motion. A n y opt-in agreements/releases already sent to the parties' settlement a d m in is tra to r, or that may be sent in the future, other than those contained in the New
N o tic e Materials, are rescinded, invalid, and null and void, as set forth in the Joint M o tio n . T h e parties shall report to the Court 10 days prior to the new deadline for potential c las s members to opt-in that all mistakes have been corrected and provide the Court with c o p ies of the New Notice Materials that in fact were sent out along with an affidavit s h o w in g who was sent the New Notice Materials.
S O ORDERED this 21st
day of December, 2009
s / Nanette K. Laughrey Judge Nanette K. Laughrey
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