FREDERICK ROBISON, CAROL JAMESON, and VICTOR DANGELO v. THE KOKES FAMILY, et al.

Docket No. OCN-L-1268-18 in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division: Ocean County

There is a proposed settlement with The Kokes Family; The Kokes Family Organization; Jan Kokes; Jaroslav (Jerry) Kokes; Michael J. Kokes; Danielle Algeo; Jereme Kokes; Jeff Mead; Cross Street Associates, LLC; The Masters at Fairways, LLC; The Kokes Family Foundation; The Kokes Organization, Inc.; August Boulevard Associates, LLC; Irish Branch Associates, LLC; Iola Steinhof; Joan M. San Andres; Marissa Jacob; Bruce F. Stiers; Gregory Kokes; and Sima Parisi in a class action lawsuit pending in Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division.

Defendants have agreed to a proposed settlement to create a $750,000 fund from which amounts will be paid to Class Members and their attorneys.

Your legal rights are affected whether or not you act.  Read this notice carefully.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS IN THIS SETTLEMENT

DO NOTHING

If you do nothing, you will remain a member of the Settlement Class and will be mailed a settlement payment.

EXCLUDE YOURSELF FROM THE SETTLEMENT CLASS(ES)

If you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class by opting out, you will receive no settlement payment and will not be bound by the proceedings and final disposition of this case.  Opting out allows you to file your own lawsuit against Defendants. If you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class you may not object to the proposed settlement.

OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT

To object to the settlement, you must submit your objections in writing by filing them with the Court.  If you submit a timely written objection to the Court as described more fully in # 19 of the Frequently Asked Questions, then you may attend a hearing before the Court to argue your objection.  However, you do not have to appear.  Your written objection will be considered by the Court

 

These rights and options—and the deadlines to exercise them—are explained in the notice.

The Court in charge of this case will decide whether to approve the settlement after any objections are considered.  Payments will be made if the Court approves the settlement and after any appeals are resolved.