How to Object

If you are a Class member, you can object to the settlement if you don’t like any part of it. You can give reasons why you think the Court should not approve it. The Court will consider your views.

To object, you must submit a letter saying that you object, at the address contained in this Notice, saying that you are objecting to the settlement in Glenn v. Hyundai Motor Am., No. 8:15-cv-02052-DOC. You must include: (i) your full name, current address, and current telephone number; (ii) the model year and VIN of your Class Vehicle(s); (iii) a statement of your objection, including all supporting factual and legal grounds; (iv) a statement of whether your objection applies only to you, to a specific subset of the Class, or to the entire Class, (iv) copies of any documents you wish to submit in support; (v) your signature and the date of the objection, and (vi) a list of any other objections submitted by you, or any lawyer assisting you, to any class action settlements submitted in any court in the United States in the previous five years (and if you or your counsel have made no such objections, you must affirmatively so state).

If you intend to appear, in person or by counsel, at the final approval hearing, you must so state in your objection. Any failure to do so, or otherwise comply with the requirements listed, may be treated as a waiver of your objections to the settlement and can lead to you being barred from speaking or otherwise presenting any views at the final approval hearing.

Lawyers asserting objections on behalf of Class members must: (a) file a notice of appearance with the Court by the [date set forth in the Preliminary Approval order]; (b) file a sworn declaration attesting to his or her representation of each Class Member on whose behalf the objection is being filed or file (in camera) a copy of the contract between that lawyer and each such Class Member; and (c) comply with the procedures described in this notice.

Submitting an objection allows Class Counsel or counsel for Hyundai Motor America to notice your deposition and to seek any documentary evidence or other tangible things that are relevant to your objection. Failure to make yourself available for such a deposition or comply with expedited discovery requests may result in the Court striking your objection or denying you the opportunity to be heard. The Court may require you or your counsel to pay the costs of any such discovery should the Court determine the objection is frivolous or made for improper purpose.

Mail the objection postmarked no later than June 25, 2019 to:

Class Counsel
David Stein
GIBBS LAW GROUP LLP
505 14th Street, Suite 1110, Oakland,
California 94612
Defense Counsel
Carlos M Lazatin
O'MELVENY & MYERS LLP
400 South Hope Street, 18th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90071