Instructions for Filing an Objection to Monetary Award

If you wish to object in any respect to the preliminary determinations regarding the monetary award to which you are entitled under the Settlement Agreement, you must do so in the manner described below.  Making an objection is voluntary, but if you do not object at this time, you may be prohibited from objecting in the future.  If you choose to make an objection, the judge will consider your objection before deciding whether to approve the monetary award amounts to be provided to you and other individuals under the Settlement Agreement.

All objections must be sent by email or by U.S. mail and postmarked by no later than April 15, 2024If your objection is not emailed or postmarked by this date, your objection may not be considered and you may be prohibited from objecting at a later time.

All objections must be made in writing.  Your objection must be made on the attached form, showing the caption of the case.  You must fill out this form completely.  You must include a description of the reason(s) for your objection.  If you have hired an attorney to assist you in this matter, please indicate with your objection the name, address and phone number of your attorney.  You may attach additional pages to the form if necessary.

You must submit your objection either:

MBU Settlement Administrator
PO Box 301132
Los Angeles, CA 90030-1132

 The court will hold the Fairness Hearing on Monetary Relief on June 4, 2024, at 2:00pm at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, 115 Saint Joseph St., Mobile, AL 36602.  You may attend this hearing if you wish, but you do not need to attend the hearing to have the court consider any written objections that you choose to submit.

If you have any questions regarding your decision to submit an objection, you may consult with an attorney of your own choosing and at your own expense.  If you have any questions concerning the procedure for submitting an objection, you may consult with your own attorney or you may contact the United States by email at [email protected], or by telephone, toll-free, at 1-844-495-2632. You may also consult for additional information.