The Court Sample Clauses

The Court. . . concludes that notice of settlement to the class was adequate and satisfied all requirements of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(e) and due process. Class members received direct notice by email, and additional notice was given by publication in numerous widely circulated publications as well as in numerous targeted publications. These were the best practicable means of informing class members of their rights and of the settlement’s terms.
The Court. The “Court” refers to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, the Honorable Nicholas G. Garaufis, U.S.D.J., presiding.
The Court. (1) The Court shall comprise a Court of First Instance, a Court of Appeal and a Registry.
The Court. It’s kind of like -- so we need to rephrase it again.
The Court. The ruling necessarily been as to its admission or not, [sic] the ruling is as to his ability to do -- testify to that topic matter.
The Court. Mr. Carney, for the record, I assume you were about to object to this discussion about the security contracts based on my comment, but I suggested that you sit down because the argu- ment that counsel just made was different from the one that I was foreclosing, which is his argument – and it’s just argument, so it really doesn’t call for [36] objection – is that Mr. Fisher was on notice of corrup- tion at city hall because of that contract. That’s the argument he’s making, which isn’t the argument that I foreclosed. That’s why I cut you off. Go ahead, Mr. Lowell.
The Court. Thank you. 15 Ms. Hardman, can I get you to go ahead and press 16 5* on your line, please? 17 (Pause) 18 THE COURT: Ms. Hardman, good morning.
The Court. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in Clauses 43 to 52 precludes the Company from referring a Common Terms Dispute, at its sole discretion, to the Court.
The Court. (1) The Court shall comprise a Court of First Instance, a Court of Appeal and a Registry. 5 Regulation (EC) No 593/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 June 2008 on the law applicable to contractual obligations (Rome I) (OJEU L 177, 4.7.2008, p.
The Court. It’s final argument. I’ll instruct you --