The opinion of the court was delivered by: The Honorable Susan Illston United States District Judge
[PROPOSED] ORDER GRANTING FINAL
This Document Relates To: APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT AND ENTERING FINAL JUDGMENT OF ALL DIRECT PURCHASER CLASS DISMISSAL WITH PREJUDICE AS TO ACTIONS DEFENDANTS SHARP CORPORATION 18 AND SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION Date: December 19, 2011 Time: 4:00 p.m. Courtroom: 10, 19th Floor
The Honorable Susan Illston
Electronics Corporation ("Sharp") set forth in the Settlement Agreement ("Agreement"), dated
This matter has come before the Court to determine whether there is any cause why this Court should not approve the settlement with defendants Sharp Corporation and Sharp 3
August 1, 2011, relating to the above-captioned litigation. The Court, after carefully considering 5 all papers filed and proceedings held herein and otherwise being fully informed in the premises, 6 has determined (1) that the settlement should be approved, and (2) that there is no just reason for 7 delay of the entry of this final judgment approving the Agreement. Accordingly, the Court directs 8 entry of Judgment which shall constitute a final adjudication of this case on the merits as to the 9 parties to the Agreement. Good cause appearing therefore, it is: 10 within this litigation and over the parties to the Agreement, including all members of the Class 13 and Sanyo. 14
though fully set forth in this Judgment. 16
Class pursuant to Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
20 appointed by the Court (Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, LLP and Pearson, Simon, 21 Warshaw & Penny, LLP), are appointed as Counsel for the Class. These firms have, and will, 22 fairly and competently represent the interests of the Class. 23
ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED THAT:
1. The Court has jurisdiction over the subject matter of this litigation, and all actions
2. The definitions of terms set forth in the Agreement are incorporated hereby as
3. The Court hereby finally approves and confirms the settlement set forth in the Agreement and finds that said settlement is, in all respects, ...