How to Object

You can object to the Settlement if you don’t like some part of it. You can give reasons why you think Judge Jones should not approve it.


To object, send a letter saying that you object to the Settlement inRiaubia v. Hyundai Motor America, Civil Action No. 2:16-cv-5150-CDJ. You must include: (1) your full name and current address and the name of your attorney and your attorney’s address if you are represented by an attorney; (2) the model year and VIN of your Vehicle(s) and the date(s) of purchase or lease; (3) the reasons why you object and the factual and legal reasons for your objection (including all relevant documents that pertain to your objection); (4) state that you have reviewed the Settlement Class definition and understand that you are a Settlement Class Member, and you have not opted out of the Settlement Class; (5) a detailed list of any other objections to any class action settlements you submitted to any court, whether State, Federal, or otherwise, in the United States in the previous five (5) years; (6) a Notice of Intention to Appear at the Final Approval Hearing if you intend to appear in person at the hearing; and (7) your signature.


The objection must be filed with the Court on or before November 4, 2019 and mailed to the Claims Administrator, Class Counsel, and Defendants’ Counsel. The mailed copies must be postmarked on or before November 4, 2019 to:

CLAIMS ADMINISTRATOR

Riaubia Settlement
P.O. Box 10759
Newport Beach
California 92658


CLASS COUNSEL

James C. Shah
Natalie Finkelman Bennett
SHEPHERD, FINKELMAN, MILLER & SHAH, LLP
35 E. State Street
Media, PA 19063
Noah Axler
Marc A. Goldich
AXLER GOLDICH LLC
1520 Locust Street, Suite 301
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Robert P. Cocco
ROBERT P. COCCO, P.C.
1500 Walnut St., Ste. 900
Philadelphia, PA 19102