Settlement and CompromiseThomas E.L. Dewey, New York Law Journal
'Standard' Provisions Not Implied Into Settlement Agreement
Settlement and Compromise columnist Thomas E.L. Dewey writes: A recent Southern District of New York case offers the lesson that a writing other than a formal settlement agreement may constitute an enforceable agreement—even if one of the parties expects that additional "standard" provisions will be added to the agreement.
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