Stanley Donen Films, Inc. v. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES, CENTRAL CIVIL WEST DIVISION

Case No. BC499181

19. How do I tell the Court that I do not like the settlement?

If you do not exclude yourself, you may object to the Settlement. To object, you must mail your objection to the Settlement Administrator. To be timely, your objection must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator so that it is postmarked by March 2, 2018, at the following addresses:

Fox Home Video Settlement
Attention: Objection
1801 Market Street, Suite 660
Philadelphia, PA 19103

You must include the following information:

  • Your full name, current address, telephone number, and signature.
  • The settlement to which you are objecting:
  • “Fox Home Video Settlement.”
  • The films on which you have a Class Participation Contract.
  • Your objections and the specific reasons why you object.
  • State whether you intend to appear at the Fairness Hearing, either in person or through counsel.
  • If you are represented by separate counsel, the name, address, bar number, and telephone number of all attorneys who will represent you.

20. What’s the difference between objecting and excluding yourself?

Objecting is telling the Court that you do not like something about the settlement. You can object to a settlement only if you stay in that settlement. Excluding yourself is telling the Court that you do not want to be part of the settlement. If you exclude yourself, you have no right to object, because the case no longer affects you. If you object, and the Court approves the settlement anyway, you will still be legally bound by the result.

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