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May 29, 2008


Michael J. Walsh

I have often included provisions in settlement agreements in which defendants agree to pay attorney's fees and back interest, but that we agree to waive those claims if a certain payment is made by a certain time. It is routine to give such discounts. If the courts will not uphold such agreements, there will be fewer settlements and more trials.

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