doctype / docname

doctype: Proposed Settlement Agreement

WESTMINSTER CAPITAL INC. claims, the responses to the claims, and the proposed settlement agreement (1995-03-31)

This Tolling Agreement, effective as of the 15th day of December, 1993 (the "Effective Date"), is made by and between Westminster Capital ("Westminster") and the Resolution Trust Corporation, in all of its capacities, including but not limited to its corporate capacity its capacity as conservator or receiver of FarWest Savings and Loan Association ("FarWest"), and its other capacities as set forth in 12 U.S.C. Section 1821(d), (collectively the "RTC").

PARK CITY GROUP INC. Proposed Settlement Agreement (1998-12-17)

This Settlement Agreement (the "Agreement") is made and entered into by and among Equity Growth Systems, inc., a publicly held Delaware corporation with a class of securities registered under Section 12(g) of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, as amended ("Equity Growth Systems" and the "Exchange Act," respectively) and Edward Granville-Smith, a Florida resident who for longer than the past three years has served as the sole director and the chief executive officer of Equity Growth Systems (the "Retiring Principal;" Equity Growth Systems and the Retiring Principal being collectively referred to as the "Parties" and each being sometimes hereinafter generically referred to as a "Party").

N-VIRO INTERNATIONAL CORP. the Vice Chancellor's reasons, and reached a new proposed settlement agreement (2004-08-30)

This Notice is not based in any way on the Vice-Chancellor's opinions related to the Lawsuit. The parties prepared this notice and it should not be understood in any way as reflecting the Vice-Chancellor's opinions as to the merits of the claims or defenses of any party to the Lawsuit.

ICT GROUP INC. Defendants. | | ) | | PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT (2005-05-03)

This Proposed Settlement Agreement (hereinafter “Agreement”) will be submitted to the Court for its consideration and approval as required by Rule 23(e) of the West Virginia Rules of Civil Procedure. The “Parties” to this Agreement are as follows: William Shingleton, Melissa Blair, Denice Gribble,1 Jenni Gibson, on behalf of themselves and all others similarly situated (collectively hereinafter the “Class”); ICT Group, Inc., a Pennsylvania corporation, AND individually and in their corporate capacity: John Brennan, Anne Beeson, Vincent Paccapaniccia, Vincent Dadamo, Timothy Kowalski, Stephanie Koenig, Jack Magee, John Campbell, Carl Smith, Dean Kilpatrick, Charles Feitner, and Tony Ditlow (collectively hereinafter “Defendants” or, as appropriate, “ICT” or “Individual Defendants”).



COOL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.. Proposed Settlement Agreement (2016-08-23)