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Designing a Coupon Settlement to Maximize Its Value

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Thomas A. Dickerson writes: Although subject to criticism, there are occasions when a non-cash settlement of coupons, in whole or in part, for the purchase of good and services from the defendant may be appropriate. The courts must be particularly careful and make certain that a proposed coupon settlement is nearly as good as a cash settlement as possible.

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