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This website is directed to all persons and entities, other than Excluded Persons, excluding certain persons associated with the Defendants, who acquired securities of Concordia International Corp., known as Concordia Healthcare Corp. prior to June 27, 2016 (“Concordia”) that are or were listed for trading on the TSX or on alternative trading platforms in Canada , during the period from November 12, 2015 to and including August 11, 2016 (the “Class Period”), and held until August 12, 2016, LIFO will be used (“Qualified Shares”).
You may be eligible as a Class Member if you purchased or acquired Concordia International Corp. (“Concordia”) shares (“Shares”) on the Toronto Stock Exchange or on an alternative trading system in Canada during the period from November 12, 2015 to and including August 11, 2016 (“Class Period”) and held until after August 12, 2016. For the purposes of determining whether or not Shares purchased or acquired during the Class Period were held until after August 12, 2016, LIFO will be used (“Qualified Shares”).
“LIFO” means the principle of last-in first-out, wherein securities are deemed to be sold in the opposite order that they were purchased (i.e. the last securities purchased are deemed to be the first sold).
Calculation of the Distribution and Maximum Entitlement
In order to remedy any deficiency in the completion of a Claim Form, the Administrator may require and request that additional information be submitted by a Class Member who submits a Claim Form. Such Class Members shall have until the later of thirty (30) days from the date of the request from the Administrator or the Claims Bar Deadline to rectify the deficiency. Any person who does not respond to such a request for information within the thirty (30) day period shall be forever barred from receiving any payments pursuant to the Settlement, subject to any order of the relevant court to the contrary as provided in section 18.4 of the Settlement Agreement, but will in all other respects be subject to, and bound by, the provisions of the Agreement and the releases contained herein.
The Procedure for Reference
If a Claimant disagrees with the Administrator’s decision relating to eligibility to share in the Distribution, the determination of the number of Qualified Shares, or the amount of his/her/its Maximum Entitlement, a Claimant may elect a Reference by the Referee by delivering a written election for review to the Administrator within fifteen (15) days of receipt of the Administrator’s decision.
The election for a Reference must set out the basis for the disagreement with the Administrator’s decision and attach all documents relevant to the review which have not previously been delivered to the Administrator. This election for a Reference must be accompanied by a certified cheque or money order, payable to the Administrator, in the amount of $150.
“Reference” means the procedure by which a Claimant who disagrees with the Administrator’s decision relating to eligibility for compensation, the determination of the number of Qualified Shares, or the amount of the Distribution, may appeal the Administrator’s decision and have it reviewed by the Referee;