New York Law Journal "When is a Settlement Truly Settled" by Thomas E.L. Dewey

October 29, 2015

In his Settlement and Compromise column, Thomas E.L. Dewey writes: Because settlement negotiations are tenuous and conditional in nature, it is as important to guarantee that a provisional agreement remains that way, as it is to ensure that a confirmed agreement is in fact final and binding. Two recent cases provides cautionary examples.

 

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