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Reallocation Actions and Settlement Agreements: What Did We Settle?

Stacy L. La Scala, Esq.
Stacy L. La Scala, Esq.
JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer

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The purpose of a settlement and release agreement is to fully and finally dispose of a disputed matter. However, more and more often, a dispute cannot be fully resolved where non-parties to the dispute have contributed defense and indemnity amounts on behalf of one or more of the parties and have reserved the right to seek recovery of those amounts in subsequent litigation.

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