In Re: Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether ("MTBE") Products Liability Litigation

Filing 2165

ORDER APPROVING SETTLEMENT OF ACTION ON BEHALF OF INFANTS John and Ann Quattrocchi, as parents having legal custody of the infants, John T. Quattrocchi, Damon Quattrocchi, and Elaina Quattrocchi, be and are hereby authorized and permitted to compromise and settle the above-captioned action (the "Action") for and on behalf of the Quattrocchi Family (including the infants, John T. Quattrocchi, Damon Quattrocchi, and Elaina Quattrocchi), against Defendants Sunoco, Inc. and Sunoco, Inc. (R&M) ("Sunoco")in the amount of $10,000.00 (the "Settlement Payment"), conditioned upon compliance with the remaining provisions of this Order. Defendant Sunoco shall make the Settlement Payment with a check made payable to Peter D. Hoffman, Esq., as Attorney for the Quatrrocchi Family (including Mr. and Mrs. John and Ann Quattrocchi, both on behalf of themselves and as the parents having legal custody of John T. Quattrocchi, Damon Quattrocchi, and Elaina Quattrocchi, the infants). Within 30 days of receiving the Settlement Payment, John and Ann Quattrocchi, as parents having legal custody of the infants, John T. Quattrocchi, Damon Quattrocchi, and Elaina Quattrocchi, shall move this Court for an order dismissing the Quattrocchi Family's claims against Defendant Sunoco with prejudice. The Settlement Payment shall be held by Peter D. Hoffman, Esq., counsel for the Quattrocchi Family, in an escrow account until such time as this Court enters a order dismissing the Quattrocchi Family's claims against Defendant Sunoco from the above-captioned action with prejudice. If the Court declines to enter such an order, Peter D. Hoffman, Esq., shall refund the Settlement Payment to Defendant Sunoco within 30 days of such an order. (Signed by Judge Shira A. Scheindlin on 12/1/2008) Filed In Associated Cases: 1:00-cv-01898-SAS-DCF, 1:03-cv-09050-SAS(jmi)

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