You Settled Your Case and the Other Party is Breaching the Settlement Agreement… Now What?

April 2013Articles New Jersey Labor and Employment Law Quarterly

In most cases, litigations end with the parties executing a settlement agreement and a stipulation to dismiss the case. Ideally, the execution of these documents bring the matter to full and final closer. However, a second round of disputes may inevitable arise as a result of settlement agreement breaches.

In this New Jersey State Bar Association article, Meklinsky discusses what to do when a settlement agreement is breached.

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