At the date, time, and location stated in Section 18 of the Notice, the Court will hold a Fairness Hearing to determine if the Settlement
is fair, reasonable, and adequate, and to also consider Settlement Class Counsel’s request for a Fees, Costs, and Expenses Award, and a
Service Payment to the Plaintiffs.
If you wish to object to the fairness, reasonableness, or adequacy of the Settlement Agreement or the proposed Settlement, you must
write to the Court and must: (a)
clearly identify the case name and number – “Baldwin, et al. v. Miracle-Ear, Inc., et al., D. Mn. Case
No. 20-cv-1502”; (b)
include the full name and the unique identification number for the Settlement Class Member assigned by the
Settlement Administrator; (c)
include the address, telephone number called, current telephone number, and email address (optional) of the
objecting Settlement Class Member; (d)
include the full name, address, telephone number, and email address of the objector’s counsel,
and the state bar(s) to which counsel is admitted (if the objector is represented by counsel); (e)
provide a detailed explanation stating
the specific reasons for the objection, including any legal and factual support and any evidence in support of the objection; and (f)
be signed personally by the Settlement Class Member or such Member’s counsel. The objection will not be valid if it only objects to the
lawsuit’s appropriateness or merits. Objections must be filed directly with the Court. If an objection is filed with the Court by postal
mail, the Settlement Class Member must pay for postage. The Settlement Administrator’s contact information is below.
Hearing Aid TCPA Settlement
c/o A.B. Data, Ltd.
P.O. Box 173001
Milwaukee, WI 53217
The mailing address to the Court is:
Civil Clerk of the Court
United States District Court District of Minnesota
300 South Fourth Street - Suite 202
Minneapolis, MN 55415
The objection must be submitted electronically or be postmarked no later than August 1, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. (Pacific).
You may, but need not, submit your objection through counsel of your choice. If you do make your objection through an attorney, you
will be responsible for your personal attorney’s fees and costs.
IF YOU DO NOT TIMELY MAKE AN OBJECTION, YOU WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE WAIVED ALL OBJECTIONS AND WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO SPEAK AT THE
If you submit a written objection, you have the option to appear and request to be heard at the Fairness Hearing, either in person or
through personal counsel. You are not required, however, to appear. However, if you, or your attorney, intend to make an appearance
at the Fairness Hearing, you must include on your timely and valid objection a statement substantially similar to “Notice of Intention
to Appear.” Only those who submit timely objections including Notices of Intention to Appear may speak at the Fairness Hearing. If
you make an objection through an attorney, you will be responsible for your attorney’s fees and costs.