Dorsey J. Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co.
Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy
Case No. 6:16-CV-00113-KEW

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  • If you received a Notice, you may be a member of the Settlement Class in the Litigation. Payment history records reflect that you have received payments from Defendant (or someone paying proceeds on Defendant’s behalf) for oil and gas production proceeds from oil and gas wells in Oklahoma during the Claim Period. The Court caused the Notice to be sent to you because, if you fall within this group and are not otherwise excluded from the Settlement Class, your rights will be affected and you have a right to know about the proposed Settlement, and about all of your options, before the Court decides whether to approve the Settlement. The Notice explains the claims being asserted in the Litigation, explains the Settlement, explains your right to remain a member of the Settlement Class, explains your right to opt out of the Settlement Class and be excluded from the Settlement, and explains your right to object to the Settlement. The Notice is not intended to be, and should not be construed as, an expression of any opinion with respect to the merits of the allegations in the Petition filed in the Litigation.

  • The Litigation seeks damages for Defendant’s alleged failure to pay statutory interest on payments made by Defendant (or on behalf of Defendant) outside the time periods set forth in the Production Revenue Standards Act, 52 Okla. St. §570.1, et seq. (the “PRSA”) for oil and gas production proceeds from oil and gas wells in Oklahoma. Specifically, in his Petition, Plaintiff alleges Defendant: (1) failed to pay statutory interest on payments made outside the time periods set forth in the PRSA; (2) awaited a demand prior to paying statutory interest under the PRSA; (3) misrepresented and/or omitted the amount of statutory interest owed; and (4) is liable to Class Members for breach of the PRSA, actual fraud, constructive fraud, deceit, unjust enrichment/disgorgement, accounting, punitive damages, and injunctive relief.

    A more complete description of the Litigation, its status, and the rulings made in the Litigation are available in the pleadings and other papers maintained by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, located at 101 North 5th Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401, in the file for Case No. 6:16-cv-00113-KEW. Some of the relevant pleadings are additionally located on the Important Documents page.

  • In a class action, one or more plaintiffs sue on behalf of people who have similar claims. All of the individuals and entities on whose behalf the plaintiffs are suing are class members. One court resolves the issues for all class members, except for those who choose to exclude themselves from the class. Here, United States Magistrate Judge Kimberly E. West is presiding over the Litigation.

  • The Court has made no determination with respect to any of the parties' claims or defenses. Defendant expressly denies all of Plaintiff’s factual and legal allegations. Defendant also expressly denies all of Plaintiff’s allegations that it has done anything wrong, breached the PRSA, committed any type of fraud, been deceitful, or been unjustly enriched. Defendant also denies it is liable to Plaintiff or any of the Class Members for any of the claims and allegations in the Litigation or that it would be appropriate to award any type of damages, an accounting, or injunctive relief. Defendant further denies it would be appropriate to certify a contested class based on the facts and claims at issue in the Litigation.

  • The Court has not reached a final judgment as to whether the Settlement Class could be certified as a contested class action or that Plaintiff has proved or can prove his claims against the Released Parties. It would likely take several more years before a contested class certification proceeding and trial on the merits could be held, final judgment entered, and appeals exhausted. Instead, Plaintiff and Defendant have agreed to the Settlement in order to resolve the Litigation. In reaching the Settlement, Plaintiff and Defendant have avoided the uncertainty, cost and time of a contested class certification proceeding and trial. Plaintiff has agreed to the Settlement to avoid the risk that the Settlement Class could not be certified in a contested class action and that some or all of the claims of the Settlement Class against Defendant could be dismissed.

  • The Settlement Class consists of the following individuals and entities, subject to the exceptions listed below:

    All non-excluded persons or entities who, between March 15, 2011 and July 31, 2018 received payments from Cimarex (or Cimarex’s designee) for oil and gas production proceeds from Oklahoma oil and gas wells.

  • Yes. The persons or entities excluded from the class are: (1) agencies, departments, or instrumentalities of the United States of America or the State of Oklahoma; (2) publicly traded oil and gas companies and their affiliates; (3) persons or entities that Plaintiff’s counsel may be prohibited from representing under Rule 1.7 of the Oklahoma Rules of Professional Conduct, including, but not limited to, Charles David Nutley, Danny George, Dan McClure, Kelly McClure Callant, and their relatives and any related trusts; and (4) officers of the court.

    Also, you are not a Class Member if you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class by submitting a valid and timely request for exclusion in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Notice and in the Settlement. The procedure for requesting exclusion from the Settlement Class is described below.

  • If you are still not sure whether you are included, you can ask for help, which will be provided to you at no cost. You can call the Settlement Administrator at 1-888-337-8438, or write to the following address:

    Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement
    c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator
    P.O. Box 91308
    Seattle, WA 98111

    You can also contact the Settlement Administrator by email via the Contact Us page.

  • In consideration of the Settlement, Defendant has agreed to pay $9,500,000.00 in cash. In addition, Defendant has agreed to, commencing within the later of (i) 6 months after execution of the Settlement Agreement or (ii) 30 days after the date a judgment approving the Settlement becomes Final and Non-Appealable, implement new procedures and policies for paying statutory interest to royalty interest owners and overriding royalty interest owners in Oklahoma without awaiting a demand for such statutory interest, and will maintain such procedures unless or until there is a change in the law. See the Settlement Agreement for full details. Plaintiff estimates these Future Benefits have a net present value of at least $11,000,000.00.

    The Settlement, if approved, will result in the dismissal of the Petition against Defendant and the release by all Class Members of all the Released Claims the Releasing Parties may have against the Released Parties. The Net Settlement Fund will be distributed to the Class Members who are not excluded from the Settlement Class in accordance with the provisions of the Allocation Methodology and Plan of Allocation.

  • The Net Settlement Fund shall be allocated to Class Members on the following basis:

    With the Court’s approval, Plaintiff’s Counsel shall, subject to Court approval, allocate the Net Settlement Fund to individual Class Members who are participating in the Settlement proportionately based on the amount of statutory interest owed on the original underlying payment that allegedly occurred outside the time periods required by the PRSA, with due regard for the production date, the date the underlying payment was made, the amount of the underlying payment, the time periods set forth in the PRSA, any additional statutory interest that Plaintiff’s Counsel believes has since accrued, and the amount of interest or returns that have accrued on the Class Member’s proportionate share of the Net Settlement Fund during the time such share was held in the Escrow Account. This allocation is subject to modification by Plaintiff’s Counsel and final approval by the Court.

    If you have questions about the tax consequences of participating in the Settlement, you should consult with your own tax advisor.

  • If you do not exclude yourself, YOU DO NOT NEED TO TAKE ANY ACTION WHATSOEVER to receive your portion of the Net Settlement Fund (if any).

  • Payment to Class Members is contingent on several matters, including the Court’s approval of the Settlement and that approval becoming final and no longer subject to any appeal to any court, as set forth more specifically in paragraph 1.15 of the Settlement Agreement.

    The Net Settlement Fund will be distributed by the Settlement Administrator as soon as reasonably possible after final approval has been obtained for the Settlement and any appeals are exhausted. The Settlement Agreement specifies deadlines for distributing the Net Settlement Fund. Any appeal of final approval could take well in excess of one year. It is not anticipated that any meaningful interest will accrue on the Net Settlement Fund. The Settlement may be terminated on several grounds, including if the Court does not approve or materially modifies the terms of the Settlement. If the Settlement is terminated, the Litigation will proceed as if the Settlement had not been reached.

    You may receive information about the progress of the Settlement by visiting this website, or by calling 1-888-337-8438 or writing to: Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement, c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator, PO Box 91308, Seattle, WA 98111

  • Unless you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, if the Settlement is approved, you will be a Class Member. As a Class Member, you will receive any portion of the Net Settlement Fund allocated to you and will be bound by all orders and judgments entered by the Court regarding the Settlement. If the Settlement is approved, you will not be able to sue, continue to sue, or be part of any other lawsuit against any of the Released Parties concerning any of the Released Claims.

    Release

    If the Court enters a final order approving the Settlement, all Class Members, on behalf of the “Releasing Parties,” will release any “Released Claims” they have against the “Released Parties.” This means that if you remain a member of the Settlement Class, any and all claims related to underpaid and unpaid interest for payments made during the Claim Period will be released and discharged.

    "Claim Period" means between March 15, 2011 and July 31, 2018.

    "Released Claims" include all claims and damages (statutory, contract, tort, equitable, punitive, interest, and other relief) that the Releasing Parties may have against the Released Parties related to underpaid and/or unpaid interest on allegedly late payments of proceeds related to Oklahoma oil and gas production made between March 15, 2011 and July 31, 2018. Without limiting the foregoing, the Released Claims include any and all claims that were, or that could have been, asserted in this Litigation for Defendant’s alleged failure to pay interest on proceeds payments made outside the time periods set forth in the Production Revenue Standards Act, 52 Okla. St. §570.1, et seq. (the “PRSA”) or applicable contracts. The release shall extend to and include Defendant and its affiliates, subsidiaries, predecessors, successors, officers, directors, employees, insurers, and attorneys. The definition of Released Claims also shall extend to and include all claims, demands, actions, causes of action, allegations, rights, obligations, costs, losses, and damages arising in whole or in part at any time between March 15, 2011 and July 31, 2018 from or in connection with acts or omissions of any of the Released Parties of any and every kind or nature, whether in law or in equity, whether in tort or contract, whether arising under any statute or regulation, whether known or unknown, based upon the claims that were, or could have been, asserted in the Litigation. Released Claims specifically include, without limitation, all claims and alleged damages relating to payments made between March 15, 2011 and July 31, 2018 for all of the Released Parties’ Oklahoma oil and gas production regarding the Released Parties’ alleged: (a) failure to pay, or delay in paying, interest on payments made outside of time periods prescribed by the PRSA or any applicable statute or contract; (b) payment of interest that was less than the amount of interest due under the PRSA or any other applicable statute or contract; (c) misrepresentation or omission regarding the amount of interest the Released Parties owed, including if any interest was, in fact, owed; (d) breach of statutory, contractual or other obligation(s) to pay interest; (e) failure to pay interest allegedly owed on any escheat payments the Released Parties made to the State of Oklahoma or any other state or government agency pursuant to the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act, Unclaimed Pooled Monies Act, or similar statutes; and (f) fraud, constructive fraud, deceit, concealment, unjust enrichment, disgorgement, accounting, actual damages, punitive damages, and injunctive relief related to or arising out of the Released Parties’ alleged obligation to pay interest on proceeds from any Oklahoma oil and gas production.

    The Released Claims do not include claims related to payments made outside of the Claim Period or Cimarex II-Related Claims.

    "Released Parties" means Defendant; its predecessors, successors, heirs, assignors, and assignees; and any past and present affiliates, directors, officers, employees, attorneys, agents, consultants, servants, stockholders, members, representatives, subsidiaries, insurers, and affiliates of the foregoing persons or entities.

    "Released Parties" means Plaintiff and the Class Members; their predecessors, successors, heirs, assignors, and assignees; and any past and present affiliates, officers, employees, attorneys, agents, consultants, servants, stockholders, members, representatives, subsidiaries, and affiliates of such persons or entities.

  • To get out of the Settlement, you must exclude yourself from the Settlement Class. To exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you must file with the Court and send by certified mail, return receipt requested, to Defendant’s Counsel, Plaintiff’s Counsel, and the Settlement Administrator a written statement that you want to be excluded from the Settlement Class in Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co. In addition to the other information specified in the rest of this answer, your statement must include your name, address, telephone number, and notarized signature, and must be filed and received no later than Monday, December 3, 2018 at 5 p.m. CDT. Your written statement must be sent to:

    PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL

    Bradley E. Beckworth
    Jeffrey J. Angelovich
    Andrew G. Pate
    Trey Duck
    NIX PATTERSON, LLP
    3600 N Capital of Texas Hwy
    Austin, TX 78746

    Robert N. Barnes
    Patranell Lewis
    Emily Nash Kitch
    BARNES & LEWIS, LLP
    208 NW 60th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118

    Patrick M. Ryan
    Phillip G. Whaley
    Jason A. Ryan
    Paula M. Jantzen
    Ryan Whaley Coldiron
    RYAN WHALEY COLDIRON JANTZEN PETERS & WEBBER PLLC
    900 Robinson Renaissance
    119 North Robinson
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Michael Burrage
    WHITTEN BURRAGE
    512 N. Broadway Ave., Ste 300
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Lawrence R. Murphy, Jr.
    LAWRENCE R. MURPHY, JR., P.C.
    624 South Boston, Floor 8
    Tulsa, OK 74119

    DEFENDANT'S COUNSEL

    Nathan K. Davis
    SNELL & WILMER L.L.P.
    1200 17th Street, Suite 1900
    Denver, CO 80202

    Bradley W. Welsh
    GABLE & GOTWALS
    100 ONEOK Plaza
    100 West Fifth Street
    Tulsa, OK 74103

    SETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATOR

    Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement
    c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator
    P.O. Box 91308
    Seattle, WA 98111

    To be effective, your written request for exclusion must be SERVED and RECEIVED at the above addresses no later than Monday, December 3, 2018 at 5 p.m. CDT. You cannot exclude yourself on the website, by telephone, facsimile or by e-mail. The letter must be signed by you under oath and acknowledged by a Notary Public. In the letter, you must identify your interest in any wells for which you have received payments from Defendant or anyone making payments on Defendant’s behalf, including the name, well number, county in which the well is located, and the owner identification number. Any such letter also should state generally:

    Dear Judge, I want to exclude myself from the Settlement Class in Dorsey J. Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co., Case No. 6:16-cv-00113-KEW, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma. I understand it will be my responsibility to pursue any claims I may have, if I so desire, on my own and at my expense.

    If you do not follow these procedures—including meeting the date for exclusion set out above—you will not be excluded from the Settlement Class, and you will be bound by all of the orders and judgments entered by the Court regarding the Settlement, including the release of claims. You must exclude yourself even if you already have a pending case against any of the Released Parties based upon any Released Claims.

    If you validly request exclusion as described above, you will not receive a Distribution, you cannot object to the Settlement, and you will not have released any claim against the Released Parties. You will not be legally bound by anything that happens in the Litigation. You will also not participate in any distribution of the Net Settlement Fund. Do not request exclusion if you wish to participate in the Settlement.

  • No. Unless you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class in connection with the Litigation, you (and any other Releasing Parties) give up any right to sue any or all of the Released Parties for any Released Claims. If you have a pending lawsuit or arbitration against Defendant or any of its officers and/or directors or any other Released Parties, speak to the lawyer representing you in that case immediately. You must exclude yourself from this Settlement Class to continue your own lawsuit or arbitration against any of the Released Parties.

  • No. If you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you may be able to sue, continue to sue, or be part of a different lawsuit or arbitration against the Released Parties, but you will not receive any money from the Settlement discussed in the Notice.

  • The law firms of (a) Nix Patterson, LLP; (b) Ryan Whaley PLLC; (c) Barnes & Lewis, LLP; (d) Whitten Burrage; and (e) Lawrence R. Murphy, Jr. represent the Plaintiff and all other Class Members in this Litigation. These lawyers are called Plaintiff’s Counsel. You will not be charged directly by these lawyers. If you want to be represented by your own lawyer, you may hire one at your own expense.

  • Plaintiff’s Counsel intends to seek an award of attorneys’ fees up to $3,800,000.00 to be paid out of the Gross Settlement Fund. Plaintiff’s Counsel has been litigating this case for approximately two and a half years without any payment whatsoever. At the Final Fairness Hearing, Plaintiff’s Counsel will also seek reimbursement from the Gross Settlement Fund of the expenses incurred in connection with the prosecution of this Litigation, and which will be incurred through final distribution of the Settlement, which amount will not exceed $250,000.00. Plaintiff intends to seek a Case Contribution Award relating to his representation of the Settlement Class, taking into account Plaintiff’s time, effort, risk and burden, up to $15,000.00.

  • If you are a Class Member and you do not exclude yourself, you can object to the Settlement if you do not like any part of it. You can give reasons why you think the Court should not approve the Settlement, Allocation Methodology, Plan of Allocation, request for Plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees or reimbursement of Litigation Expenses, or Case Contribution Award to Plaintiff. To object, you must send a written statement to the Court, Plaintiff’s Counsel, and Defendant’s Counsel saying that you object to the proposed Settlement. You must include in your written statement:

    1. a heading referring to Dorsey J. Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co., Case No. 6:16-cv-00113-KEW, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma;
    2. a statement as to whether you intend to appear at the Final Fairness Hearing, either in person or through counsel, and, if through counsel, counsel must be identified by name, address and telephone number;
    3. a detailed statement of the specific legal and factual basis for each and every objection;
    4. a list of any witnesses you wish to call at the Final Fairness Hearing, together with a brief summary of each witness’s expected testimony (to the extent you desire to offer expert testimony and/or an expert report, any such evidence must fully comply with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Evidence, and the Local Rules of the Court);
    5. a list of and copies of any exhibits you may seek to use at the Final Fairness Hearing;
    6. a list of any legal authority you may present at the Final Fairness Hearing;
    7. your name, current address, current telephone number, and all owner identification numbers with Defendant;
    8. your signature executed before a Notary Public;
    9. identification of your interest in wells from which you have received payments made by or on behalf of Defendant (by well name, payee well number, and county in which the well is located) during the Claim Period and identification of such payments by date of payment, date of production, and amount; and
    10. if you are objecting to any portion of the Plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees or Litigation Expenses sought by Plaintiff’s Counsel on the basis that the amounts requested are unreasonably high, you must specifically state the portion of Plaintiff’s attorneys’ fees and/or Litigation Expenses you believe is fair and reasonable and the portion that is not.

    Your written objection must be filed with the Court and served on Plaintiff’s Counsel and Defendant’s Counsel by certified mail, return receipt requested, and received at the addresses below no later than Monday, December 4, 2018:

    By the above date, your written objection must be ON FILE with the Court:

    Clerk of the Court
    United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma
    101 North 5th Street
    Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401

    And, by the same date, copies of your written objection must be served and received by counsel at the addresses below:

    PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL

    Bradley E. Beckworth
    Jeffrey J. Angelovich
    Andrew G. Pate
    Trey Duck
    NIX PATTERSON, LLP
    3600 N Capital of Texas Hwy
    Austin, TX 78746

    Robert N. Barnes
    Patranell Lewis
    Emily Nash Kitch
    BARNES & LEWIS, LLP
    208 NW 60th Street
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118

    Patrick M. Ryan
    Phillip G. Whaley
    Jason A. Ryan
    Paula M. Jantzen
    Ryan Whaley Coldiron
    RYAN WHALEY COLDIRON JANTZEN PETERS & WEBBER PLLC
    900 Robinson Renaissance
    119 North Robinson
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Michael Burrage
    WHITTEN BURRAGE
    512 N. Broadway Ave., Ste 300
    Oklahoma City, OK 73102

    Lawrence R. Murphy, Jr.
    LAWRENCE R. MURPHY, JR., P.C.
    624 South Boston, Floor 8
    Tulsa, OK 74119

    DEFENDANT'S COUNSEL

    Nathan K. Davis
    SNELL & WILMER L.L.P.
    1200 17th Street, Suite 1900
    Denver, CO 80202

    Bradley W. Welsh
    GABLE & GOTWALS
    100 ONEOK Plaza
    100 West Fifth Street
    Tulsa, OK 74103

    UNLESS OTHERWISE ORDERED BY THE COURT, ANY SETTLEMENT CLASS MEMBER WHO DOES NOT OBJECT IN THE MANNER DESCRIBED HEREIN WILL BE DEEMED TO HAVE WAIVED ANY OBJECTION AND SHALL BE FOREVER FORECLOSED FROM MAKING ANY OBJECTION TO THE PROPOSED SETTLEMENT AND THE APPLICATION FOR ATTORNEYS’ FEES AND LITIGATION EXPENSES AND CASE CONTRIBUTION AWARD AND WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PRESENT ANY OBJECTIONS AT THE FINAL FAIRNESS HEARING.

  • Objecting is simply telling the Court that you do not like something about the Settlement. You can object only if you are a Class Member. Excluding yourself is telling the Court that you do not want to be part of the Settlement Class. If you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you have no basis to object, because the Settlement no longer affects you. If you do not exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, you will remain a member of the Settlement Class and will be bound by the terms of the Settlement Agreement (including the release contained therein) and all orders and judgments entered by the Court regarding the Settlement regardless of whether the Court accepts or denies your objection.

  • The Court will hold a Final Fairness Hearing on December 18, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. CST, at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, 101 North 5th Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401. Please note that the date of the Final Fairness Hearing is subject to change without further notice. If you plan to attend the hearing, you should check with the Court and on this website to be sure no change to the date and time of the hearing has been made. At this hearing, the Court will consider whether the Settlement is fair, reasonable and adequate. If there are objections, the Court will consider them at that time. After the Final Fairness Hearing, the Court will decide whether to approve the Settlement, the Allocation Methodology, and the Plan of Allocation. The Court will also rule on the request for attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses by Plaintiff’s Counsel and the request for Case Contribution Award for Plaintiff relating to his representation of the Settlement Class. We do not know how long it will take the Court to make these decisions.

  • No. Plaintiff’s Counsel will answer any questions the Court might have for the Settlement Class. But you are welcome to come at your own expense. If you timely and properly file and serve an objection, you do not have to come to Court to talk about it. As long as you properly file and serve your written objection on time, it will be before the Court when the Court considers whether to approve the Settlement as fair, reasonable and adequate. You also may pay your own lawyer to attend the Final Fairness Hearing, but attendance is not necessary. However, if you fail to timely and properly file and serve an objection, you will not be entitled to be heard at the Final Fairness Hearing regarding any objections.

  • If you are a Class Member who has not requested to be excluded from the Settlement Class, you may ask the Court for permission to speak at the Final Fairness Hearing. To do so, you must send a letter or other paper called a “Notice of Intention to Appear at Fairness Hearing in Dorsey J. Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co.” Be sure to include your name, address, telephone number, and signature. Your Notice of Intention to Appear must be served on and received by counsel and must be filed with the Clerk of the Court no later than December 4, 2018 at 5 p.m. CST. You cannot speak at the Final Fairness Hearing if you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class.

    If you object to the Settlement or any part thereof and you or your attorney wish to be heard at the Final Fairness Hearing, you must file a Notice of Intention to Appear aby the date specified for objections in order to present your objection at the Hearing.

  • If you do nothing and you are a Class Member, you will receive payment in connection with the Settlement if you are entitled to a distribution pursuant to the Allocation Methodology and Plan of Allocation, and you will be bound by the Settlement. Unless you exclude yourself from the Settlement Class, neither you nor any other Releasing Party will be able to start a lawsuit or arbitration, continue a lawsuit or arbitration, or be part of any other lawsuit or arbitration against any of the Released Parties based on any Released Claims.

  • The Notice summarizes the Settlement. The complete terms of the Settlement are set out in the Settlement Agreement and the documents referenced therein and attached thereto. You may obtain a copy of the Settlement Agreement, as well as other documents, for free from the Important Documents page of this settlement website or you may request copies by writing to Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement, c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator, PO Box 91308, Seattle, WA 98111. If you elect to obtain copies from a source other than the free website, there may be a charge to you for copying and mailing such documents. The Settlement Agreement also is filed in Dorsey J. Reirdon v. Cimarex Energy Co., Case No. 6:16-cv-00113-KEW, with the Clerk of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma, 101 North 5th Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401, and may be obtained from the Clerk’s office directly. Further information regarding the Litigation and the Notice may be obtained by contacting Plaintiff’s Counsel.

  • You can visit this website, where you will find answers to common questions about the Settlement plus other information to help you determine whether you are a Class Member and whether you are eligible for payment. You can also call 1-888-337-8438 toll free or write to Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement, c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator, PO Box 91308, Seattle, WA 98111.

    INQUIRIES

    All inquiries concerning the notice or any other questions by Class Members should be directed to the Settlement Administrator as follows:

     

    Reirdon-Cimarex Settlement
    c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator
    PO Box 91308
    Seattle, WA 98111
    Toll Free: 1-888-337-8438
    Website: www.reirdoncimarexenergy.com
    Email: info@reirdoncimarexenergy.com

     

     

    PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE COURT REGARDING THE NOTICE.

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c/o JND Legal Administration, Settlement Administrator
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Seattle, WA 98111