UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Norman Hirsch, et al., v. Jupiter Golf Club LLC, et al., Case No. 13-80456-CIV-KAM
If you purchased a membership from RBF to The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club &
Spa, paid a Membership Deposit, were placed on the club resignation list
prior to December 4, 2012, have not received a refund of any portion of your
deposit, and have not executed the Legacy Addendum, then your rights could be
affected by a class action.
A federal court authorized this notice.
This is not a solicitation from a lawyer.
You are not being sued.
If you are a Class Member, your legal rights are affected whether you act or don’t act.
PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE FORM CAREFULLY
- This notice may affect your legal rights and is given to you because you may be a member of
the Class described below, which the Court previously certified in a class action lawsuit. This
class action lawsuit is entitled Hirsch, Dwyer, and Willard v. Jupiter Golf Club, LLC, et al.
Case No. 13-cv-80456 (the “Action”), and is pending in the United States District Court,
Southern District of Florida (Hon. Kenneth Marra).
- The Court ordered that you be provided this additional Notice because Plaintiffs have won a
judgment against Defendant Jupiter National Golf Club, LLC d/b/a Trump National Golf Club &
Spa – Jupiter (“Trump National Jupiter”), following trial brought by named Plaintiffs on behalf
of themselves and the Class.
- This additional Notice addresses a Settlement that has been reached by the parties, the
calculation of a cash settlement benefit to all Class Members, attorney fees, nontaxable costs,
and incentive awards to be paid to Class Counsel and Plaintiffs from the Settlement Fund as part
of this settlement, and provides you certain information you may need to consider to exercise
- Monies recovered from Defendant Trump National as part of this Settlement will be paid to named Plaintiffs and Class Members, minus attorney fees and costs to Class Counsel and incentive awards to each of the named Plaintiffs. You may object to the Settlement, but must do so via mail postmark dated no later than April 3, 2018.
- The Court will hold a Hearing on April 20, 2018, to decide whether to approve the
Settlement. You may appear at the hearing, either yourself or through an attorney hired by
you, but you do not have to.
The Court held a hearing on April 20, 2018 at which time the Court found that the Settlement is fair, reasonable and adequate. The Court entered an Order Granting Plaintiffs’ Motion Pursuant to FRAP 12.1 for Indicative Ruling.