-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 4764

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER Approving CRT Set 24: 1 Summary Denial to an Appeal as Certified by the Claims Resolution Tribunal Pursuant to Article 30 of the Rules Governing the Claims Resolution Process. Ordered by Senior Judge Edward R. Korman on 10/19/2011. (Greene, Donna)

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FILED IN CLERK'S OFFICE US DISTRICT COURT E.D.N.Y. * UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK OCT 2 0 2011 * BROOKLYN OFFICE x Case No. CV 96-4849 (ERK)(MDG) (Consolidated with CV 96-5161 and CV 97-461) IN RE: HOLOCAUST VICTIM ASSETS LITIGATION MEMORANDUM & ORDER This Document Relates to: All Cases x MEMORANDUM & ORDER APPROVING CRT SET 24: 1 SUMMARY DENIAL TO AN APPEAL AS CERTIFIED BY THE CLAIMS RESOLUTION TRIBUNAL PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 30 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 and December 14, 2006 Memoranda & Orders and in the Plan of Allocation and Distribution of Settlement Proceeds, the Claims Resolution Tribunal (the "CRT") is hereby requesting the Court's approval of the CRT's twenty-fourth set of appeal decisions consisting of 1 Summary Denial based upon an Appeal submitted to the CRT. This set includes 1 Summary Denial to an Appeal ofa Certified Award listed in Annex A to this Order. Under Article 30 of the Rules Governing the Claims Resolution Process, as amended (the "Rules"), an appeal must be based upon a plausible suggestion of error regarding the conclusions reached by the CRT. summarily denied. Any appeals submitted without a plausible suggestion of error shall be At my direction, the CRT has analyzed the infonnation provided in the Appeal listed in Annex A. Upon careful consideration, the CRT has concluded that the Appellant whose claims are listed in Annex A did not raise a plausible suggestion of error in the CRT's findings. Accordingly, the CRT recommends that this Appeal be summarily denied. I have reviewed the CRT's analysis and I concur with the CRT's recommendations. Therefore, it is ORDERED that the Appeal to the claims listed in Annex A shall be summarily denied and the relevant Appellants so informed; It is further ordered that the CRT shall provide the Court with the name and address of every Appellant whose appeal is herewith summarily denied, which information shall be filed with the Court under seal. Dated: Brooklynyew York October~, 2011 ~ERED: s/Edward R. Korman Edward'R. Korman United States District Judge CLAIMS RESOLUTION TRIBUNAL CRTBATCH24-ANNEXA f:HyTREIMCT'ErJ Al'VD CONF1DEJtfFlAL Pursuant to Article 30 of the Rules Governing the Claims Resolution Tribunal, as amended (the "Rules"), the Claims Resolution Tribunal hereby recommends as of 19 October 2011 that the following Appeal to Award be summarily denied by the Court: Claimed Account Owner Name and Claim Number Original Decision Type 1.1 Friedmann-Frederich 300345; 751732 Award Appeal Number 3432

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