-JO Jacob Friedman, Estelle Sapir and Miriam Stern, on Behalf of Themselves and All Others Similarly Situated v. Union Bank of Switzerland, et al. (See Doc. No. 897)

Filing 4718

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER Approving 1 Administrative Revision of an Award Certified by the Claims Resolution Tribunal Pursuant to Article 31(2) of the Rules Governing the Claims Resolution Process. Ordered by Senior Judge Edward R. Korman on 7/29/2011. (Greene, Donna)

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FILED IN CLERK'S OFFICE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT US DISTRICT COURT E.D.N.V. EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ------------------------------------------------*----.AlJG 0 1 2011 IN RE: HOLOCAUST VICTIM ASSETS LITIGATION BROOKLYN ... )("' Case No. CV 96-4849 (ERK)(MDG) FFICE (Consolidated with CV 96-5161 0 . and CV 97-461) MEMORANDUM & ORDER This Document Relates to: All Cases x MEMORANDUM & ORDER APPROVING 1 ADMINISTRATIVE REVISION OF AN AWARD CERTIFIED BY THE CLAIMS RESOLUTION TRIBUNAL PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 31(2) OF THE RULES GOVERNING THE CLAIMS RESOLUTION PROCESS KORMAN,J.: As provided under the Settlement Agreement, and in accordance with the procedures established in the December 8, 2000 Memorandum & Order and in the Distribution Plan, the Claims Resolution Tribunal (the "CRT") is hereby requesting the Court's approval, pursuant to Article 31(2) of the Rules., of 1 certified Administrative Revision of an Award listed in AnnexA. The Administrative Revision In re Stark (see Annex) addresses an Award that was approved on 16 October 2008. This Award is not substantively changed by the Administrative Revision. The corrected version shall be published on the CRT's website upon my approval. Therefore, it is hereby ORDERED that the Award In re Stark be corrected to reflect the Administrative Revision included in this set; Dated: Brooklyn, New York July Z(2011 SO~EREI2: s/Edward R. Korman Edward RKorman United States District Judge

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