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The firm assisted Defendant's Counsel in the set up of a disbursing agent bank to disburse the qualified settlement fund to Class Members. The team assisted Class Counsel in the mailing of Notices to current or former employees who lost money in their retirement accounts held by Lucent through Fidelity Investments.
The firm worked exclusively with them on numerous questions concerning their options. The firm is working exclusively with them on numerous questions concerning their options in this settlement. With over 45, Class Members in this settlement, the firm is handling opt-outs, objections, correspondence, change of address requests and all questions and concerns, including telephone calls, e-mails and letters via mail and fax.
The firm assisted Defendant's Counsel in the mailing of the Notice of Class Action Settlement to women who are or were employed as sales professionals or district sales managers for sanofi-aventis in the United States from May 12, through March 23, With over 5, Class Members in this settlement, the firm is handling correspondence, change of address requests and other questions and concerns.
The firm will also calculate the applicable federal and state employment taxes on the distributions and send applicable W-2 forms to the payees. The settlement payments reimbursed retirees for the premiums paid on and after January 1, through December 31, for coverage under the company's plan or other programs of medical coverage, or for medical expenses that were incurred but not reimbursed or covered by Medicare or any other program of medical expense coverage.
The claims administration process requires the firm to procure claim forms and a medical review by a participating physician of a relevant echocardiogram, for the approximate 40, Category One class members who have been identified by the AHP Settlement Trust. The Service Team has developed both an electronic and paper Proof of Claim form giving Class Members a choice of the type of claim form to file.
They designed an interactive website for Class Members to file Proof of Claims and receive current status reports on their claims. Custom software has been designed to read and collect measurements made by a participating physician from a Class Member's echocardiogram, and a plan to recruit and train Level 2 cardiologists on the newly created software was initiated.
Correspondence with either Class Members or their counsel regarding the results of Medical Reviews was handled by the Team. Upon completion of the claims administration process, the Team will coordinate the final distribution of the Net Settlement Fund to eligible Class Members and their representatives.
The firm received a listing of plaintiffs from Class Counsel and was instructed to mail claim packages to each plaintiff requesting that they complete the forms and return them directly to Counsel. Class Counsel notified the firm of any claims received from plaintiffs. They created a database file to store the claimants' information and to ensure that all plaintiffs had responded with a claim.
At the direction of Counsel, the firm mailed reminder letters to any plaintiff who had not responded to the claim request. Over 1, claims were received and keyed into the database. A detailed Settlement Fund Analysis was created to assist Counsel in determining the amounts to distribute to Counsel, as well as the available amounts to distribute to claimants. The firm coordinated publication of a summary notice in printed and electronic media in various publications through the United States and Canada, and printed and mailed over 34, Notices and Proofs of Claim to potential class members throughout the United States and Canada.
The website provides all relevant documents, FAQs and allows for class members to submit claims and requests for information through the website.
Class Members were requested to complete the claim form identifying all expenses incurred relating to the purchase of recalled pet foods, the medical expenses incurred to treat their affected pets, and any additional economic damages they incurred as a direct result of the alleged contaminated foods.
Currently, the firm has received and is currently reviewing and processing over 12, Proofs of Claim. The Asbestos School Litigation claim form required the claimant to provide detailed information on their expenditures of asbestos abatement, encapsulation and monitoring, along with costs of certain defendant products that were installed.
The filing of claims through the Internet and by computer diskette provided the claimant with instructions and the format to file a completed claim. Since the claimant could not upload the claim to the firm's database unless it was completed, this eliminated numerous pieces of written correspondence, reduced the deficiencies on the claim and therefore reduced administration time.
Over 24, claimants filed claims. Before the Notice could be mailed it was necessary to create the mailing list. The firm sent teams to various locations across the United States. These teams, enhanced with local people, searched through records in warehouses to manually capture the information that was used to create the mailing list.
Notices were mailed to over , potential claimants and in addition notice was published nationally in trade journals distributed to all gas station lessee dealers. After an analysis of all the claims that included detailed audits on large claims, payments were made to over 18, claimants. Plaintiffs alleged that their property values were diminished by the operation of the landfill.
Notices and Proof Claim forms were sent to 2, addresses. Claim forms were filed by Class Members. Claim amounts were determined based upon the assessed values of the Class Property from the municipality tax book records and from adjustments to the properties such as improvements.
The real estate area included in the Class was also stratified by an expert appraisal report based upon the proximity of the properties to the landfill. Claims were weighted according to this location stratification.
Claimants were also permitted to support their real estate loss value by providing their own appraisal. Notice and Proof of Claim forms were developed in two languages and were mailed to over 40 million potential Class Members.
A website was developed, also in two languages, to explain the litigation, to answer questions, to provide copies of various documents and to allow claimants to file their claims electronically.
The firm coordinated publication of a summary notice in printed and electronic media with daily circulation of over 7. A total in excess of An extensive audit program was undertaken to test the validity of various claims. The firm is currently reviewing all claims to determine if any duplicates were filed by claimants.
Over 7, Notices and Claim Forms were mailed to potential class members. The firm created a website dedicated to the Settlement, where a class member could obtain the pertinent documents relating to the case. The firm received Claim Forms and created a database to store the information listed on the Claim Forms in order to easily electronically submit the claims data to the insurance company for claim and payment review.
Claimants were advised of the calculations of their claim through mail and a distribution was subsequently made to all eligible claimants. The lawsuit claimed that the defendant companies engaged in activities that caused certain chemicals to be released into the air and water. It was alleged that exposure to these chemicals could increase the risk of brain tumors.
In addition, the alleged contamination was claimed to have caused damage to properties. Notices and Claim Forms were mailed to potential class members who currently owned or previously owned property in McCullom Lake Village. Property damage claimants were paid a pro rata percentage from the Settlement Fund based on the number of properties they owned.
Over claimants filed a claim for medical monitoring reimbursement. Each medical monitoring claimant was allowed up to a specified dollar amount that could be used to reimburse the claimant for medical testing for the screening of potential brain tumors. Claimants had the option to pay their medical bills up front and be reimbursed from the Settlement Fund or have the medical testing facility issue a bill to the Claims Administrator for direct payment to that medical facility. Over 73, Notices and Claim Forms were mailed to insured and providers.
The firm received over 2, Claim Forms. In addition to creating a database of the information listed on the Claim Forms, the firm created a web-based system where Nationwide could review the claims filed, add relevant treatment dates, billed amounts, pay amounts, deny codes, etc.
These recommendations were not only instituted but were praised by Counsel and the Court. Every claim was settled and not one claimant appealed their award. Pacific Mercantile Bank Bell v. Nationwide Drexel Disgorgement Fund Eldridge v. First Union Auto Lease Garafolo v. Blue Cross Geist v. Franklin Mint Guenther v. Sedco Hidden Lake Academy Jennings vs. Mobil Kline, et al. First Western Government Securities Inc. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Ultrasound Diagnostic School US v. This matter has 13 separate entities with investments in both the United States as well as the United Kingdom.
The firm dedicated many hours in researching any tax ramifications for having these foreign investments including discussions with the United Kingdom's Inland Revenue Service. Upon prompt review of the matter, the firm determined that this fund was not in compliance with any federal or state tax filing requirements. The firm then coordinated with the escrow agent and the various tax authorities to ensure the fund was in compliance with all tax filing and tax payment requirements for all years.