Amy Joseph and Robert O’Brien, et al. v. Monster, Inc., Best Buy Stores, L.P., and BestBuy.com, LLC

Case No. 2015 CH 13991 (Cir. Ct. Cook City., Ill.)

18. HOW DO I OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT?


If you are a Class Member and don’t exclude yourself, you can object to any part of the Settlement, the Settlement as a whole, Class Counsel’s request for attorneys’ fees and expenses, and/or the request for service awards for each of the Class Representatives. Any objection must be made in writing and include the following information:

  • The name of this case, which is: Amy Joseph and Robert O’Brien, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated v. Monster, Inc., Best Buy Stores, L.P., and BestBuy.com, LLC, Case No. 2015 CH 13991.
  • Your full name, address, and telephone number;
  • If applicable, the name and address of any person claiming to be legally entitled to object on your behalf and the basis of such legal entitlement;
  • All grounds for your objection, and all documents you intend to use in support of your objection;
  • Proof that you are a member of the Class;
  • Whether you are represented by counsel and, if so, the identity of such counsel, and all previous objections that you and/or your counsel have filed within the last two years; and
  • Your signature (an attorney’s signature is not sufficient).

To be considered, your objection must be mailed to the Settlement Administrator at Class Action Objections, Attn: Joseph, et al. v. Monster, Inc. et al, PO Box 30456, Philadelphia, PA 19103 and postmarked no later than June 18, 2018.

If you don’t send a timely or complete objection, you will waive all objections to the Settlement and you won’t be allowed to object to the Settlement at the Fairness Hearing or otherwise.

Even if you object to the Settlement, you will be eligible for settlement benefits as set forth in FAQ 8 if you submit a valid claim and you will still be bound by all terms of the proposed Settlement if it is finally approved by the Court.

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